Wilde is located in Southern Greater Buenos Aires, 5 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
The city of Wilde was named in honor of Doctor Eduardo Wilde, but does not have an official foundation act. Wilde used to be part of Quilmes until February, 1865, when its borders where reassigned. The new limits of the Wilde area where the areas of Villa Domínico, Sarandí, and Dock Sud, making its incorporation in Avellaneda definite.
In the first months of the year 1885 the train stopped for the first time at the Wilde Station. Wilde then became a very convenient location between the city of Buenos Aires and
La Plata. In spite of working as a train station, the building was not officially known as this. After a series of paperwork, station was made official on November 13th, 1888, also forming the town of Wilde, that would later become a city.
Wilde has been witness to some of the most noticeable facts of the history of Argentina, including the English Invasions. On June 25th, 1810, 1000 men randomly gathered in the "Puente de Gálvez" wanting to confront the English forces the following day. A battle that they won.
The area's bridge was burnt down in fear that the English Troops might cross it during their invasion, but was later re-constructed for the use of Argentinean troops.
Wilde was declared city in the year 1975. Today it is a vibrant city filled with industries, commercials and cultural life.
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