La Plata is a district made up of the following areas: Gran La Plata North, South, East and West, Radio Ciudad, Tolosa, Ringuelet, Manuel B. Gonnet, City Bell, Los Hornos and Villa Elisa.
La Plata is located in Southern Greater Buenos Aires, 52 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
La Plata is the capital of the Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. The city was founded by Dardo Rocha on November 19th, 1882, with the sole purpose of giving the Province of Buenos Aires a capital city that was not the federalization of the city of Buenos Aires. In 1952, after the death of Eva Perón, the city's name was changed to "Ciudad Eva Perón", but then returned to its original name, La Plata, after the revolution that overthrew the Government of Presidente Perón (President Peron) in the year 1955.
The terrain on which the city of La Plata was constructed were known as "Las Lomas de la Ensenada" or "Lomas de Ensenada" for short.
The city of La Plata was designed by the architect Pedro Benoit, and La Plata's main characteristic are its various avenues and several diagonal streets. These streets easily confuse anyone who isn't used to them. In the intersection of two important diagonals you can find the "Plaza Moreno" (Moreno Square), around which you can find the Municipality of La Plata and the Cathedral of La Plata constructed in a neo-gothic style. La Plata is connected to the city of Buenos Aires through the General Roca train. Its terminal in the city of Buenos Aires is the Constitución station. It is also connected by a highway that goes straight to Downtown Buenos Aires.
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