Avellaneda is a district made up of the following areas: Sarandí, Avellaneda, Wilde, Crucecita, Dock Sud, Gerli, Piñeiro, and Villa Domínico.
Avellaneda is located in Southern Greater Buenos Aires, 5 km away from the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
In 1791 the bridge crossing the Riachuelo River was inaugurated and the surrounding areas, including Avellaneda, began to get population.
The head town of the new area was called Avellaneda, that was created after a division of the territory of Quilmes in the year 1852. It was made up by the areas of Avellaneda, 4 de Junio (today known as Lanús) and Lomas de Zamora together with the localities of Adrogué and Barrio San José, that were also part of the jurisdiction.
In 1895 the town was declared a city, becoming, along with La Plata, one of the first localities of Greater Buenos Aires to be known as a city. In 1994 the city and the area are both named Avellaneda.
In 1992 the Municipal Palace, venue for the authorities of Avellaneda, moves to the locality of Crucesita, but Avellaneda remains the head city of the district. Avellaneda also houses a Cathedral, shopping mall, several banks and the well known football stadiums of the teams Racing Club and Independiente.
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- Avellaneda limits with the districts: Quilmes, and Lanús; and with the following neighborhoods in the city of Buenos Aires: Barracas, and La Boca.