Bosques, together with Estanislao Severo Zeballos, Gobernador Julio A. Costa, Ingeniero Juan Allan, Villa Brown, Villa San Luis, Villa Santa Rosa, Villa Vatteone, and La Capilla, belong to the Florencio Varela District.
Bosques is located in Southern Greater Buenos Aires, 27 km away from the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Bosques is connected to the City of Buenos Aires by means of the General Roca train that joins Constitucion station with Hipolito Yrigoyen, Avellaneda, Gerli, Lanus, Remedios de Escalada, Banfield and Lomas de Zamora, making a connection in Temperley with the train that reaches Bosques.
The project to create a new area, separated from Quilmes, was first presented in the year 1890. After several month of heated arguments the project was approved on January 27th, 1891, and Law Number 2397 that made it official was promulgated three days later on January 30th. The name of the new district would be Florencio Varela and its limits were established in law number 2433. Julio Costa was the person who signed the documents, and was then the current Governor of Buenos Aires. He was also the owner of quite a big portion of the newly formed district.
The first municipal authorities where chosen on February 1892. On January 8th, 1948, when the Buenos Aires Conglomerate is created Bosques is included in Greater Buenos Aires.
On June 22nd, 1953, Bosques is declared a city under Law Number 11928.
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