Berazategui is a district made up by the following areas: Centro Agrícola El Pato, Berazategui, Hudson, Juan María Gutiérrez, Ranelagh, Sourigues, Pereyra Iraola, Plátanos, and Villa España.
Berazategui is located in Souther Greater Buenos Aires, 26 km away from the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The district was created in 1960, by demand of the population of the Quilmes district. The neighbors wanted autonomy and demanded solutions for several community issues, but they were not answered for some time.
When Juan de Garay divided the lands of what is today Berazategui, he gave the northern part to a man named Alonso Gómez, the central part to Pedro de Izarra, and the southern part to Antón Roberto. Izarra and Roberto began investing in the land, and by the end of the 16:th century the land given to Roberto had become the area's first urban center, known as the "Pago de la Magdalena" (Lands of the Magdalena).
The area was so large it was difficult for authorities to control, motivating the division that occurred place in 1784, splitting the area in three smaller districts: San Vicente, Magdalena, and Quilmes. Later the Avellaneda district with a piece of land removed from Quilmes was also created, and in 1891 the area of Florencio Varela. In 1960 Berazategui was created from yet another division of Quilmes.
Berazategui's population was rural, and its main activities were agriculture and cattle breeding. This changed by end of the 19th century with the arrival of the locomotive to the area. The train station was built on terrain donated by a man named Jose Clemente Berazategui, who gave the condition that the construction would only take place if the station would receive the surname of Mr. Berazategui. In 1872 the station was inaugurated and in 1906 the line was connected to the line of Temperley.
In industrial matters, the first manifestation was from the England Scott Canning Company Limited. A meat producer that went out of business in 1894, but keeping the bases for the building. The same year the building was occupied by an industrialist from La Boca, Don Tomas Liberti. He founded an industry producing straw baskets for bottles, both regular and gallon sized ones, but he had to close after because his workers went on strike.
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