Lomas de Zamora is a district made up of the areas: Banfield, Lomas de Zamora, Llavallol, Temperley, Turdera, Villa Centenario, and Villa Fiorito.
Lomas de Zamora is located in Southern Greater Buenos Aires, 13 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
Before to the foundation of the city of Buenos Aires, the lands was inhabited by "Tupi Guarani" tribes. After the second foundation of Buenos Aires, Juan de Garay divided the lands among the first inhabitant of the new town. What today are the lands that make Lomas de Zamora then changed owners constantly until 1736, when the lands were purchased by a man named Don Juan de Zamora. In 1765, Zamora sold his land to a Jesuit school, but this occupation didn't last for long since two years later all Jesuits were expelled from Spanish territory. In 1778 the lands were auctioned out and sold.
As Lomas de Zamora developed it acquired urban characteristics and its population decided to declare it a city. The people demanded that the senator Manuel Castro present the project to the government, making the towns status official. When Manuel Castro died, the project was put on hold, the process took quite a bit longer than expected, but in August of the year 1910, the city of Lomas de Zamora was finally officially recognized
The Barracas neighborhood, in the city of Buenos Aires, was created with territory taken from the Quilmes district (in which Lomas de Zamora was included), causing a lot of political conflicts, and the opportunity for the city of Lomas de Zamora to become autonomous. The action was accepted by all the political representatives of Buenos Aires, and in July, 1861, Law Number 336 was promulgated making the creation of the new area of Lomas de Zamora official.
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- Lomas de Zamora limits with the areas of: Lanús, Quilmes, Almirante Brown, Esteban Echeverria, in the Western Area, with La Matanza, and in Downtown Buenos Aires with Villa Riachuelo.