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History of Jesús María
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It is departmental head and it had a development closely linked that of the stay that gave him their name.

These lands were given in 1576 as grace to Pedro Deza and they passed of hand in hand until Gaspar of Quevedo sold them to the Father Pedro of Oñate for Jesus' Company, the same as the other possessions of the Company in the Sector.

Jesus' stay María was devoted to the cultivation of the vine and of her the lagrimilla, first was obtained it came American served in the table of the kings from Spain. With the expulsion of the Jesuit, the property passed to the Meeting of Impermanences, being sold in public auction.

After different owners, by the middle of the if last glo acquires it Pious León, political boss of the area. This offered the lands for the step of the Central Railroad of the North, and it commended the layout of the town, in 1873, to the company adjudicataria of the one spread rail.

Jesus' central area María is one of the most modern of the Cordovan north, with streets wide and tree-lined, and good architecture. Also, it is a dynamic city that offers support services to a rich cattle area.

It shows of it is it the National Festival of the Taming and the Folklore that it is developed annually from 1966 and that it rescues the traditions gauchos in «color nights and anger. as it says the slogan.
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