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Villa Urquiza & Núñez - Buenos Aires, Argentina (HD)

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Published on Dec 25, 2015

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VILLA URQUIZA

Villa Urquiza es uno de los barrios en que se encuentra dividida la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Está comprendido por las calles Crisólogo Larralde, Galván, Núñez, Vías del F.G.B.M., Tronador, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Estomba, Monroe, Rómulo Naón, La Pampa y Av. de los Constituyentes. Limita con los barrios de Saavedra al norte, Coghlan y Belgrano al este, Villa Ortúzar y Parque Chas al sur, y Villa Pueyrredón y el partido de San Martín al oeste. Pertenece a la Comuna 12. Considerado tradicionalmente como un barrio residencial de baja densidad y contando con una clase media- media alta, en los últimos años, Villa Urquiza ha tomado un amplio despegue, tanto edilicio como comercial, desarrollado principalmente en los alrededores de las avenidas Triunvirato y Olazabal. Este crecimiento se justifica en parte por el boom constructor que vivió la ciudad a partir del año 2003 y también se debe a la expansión del subterráneo Línea B que permitió a sus habitantes arribar en pocos minutos al centro de la Capital.

Villa Urquiza is a neighborhood of Buenos Aires city, capital of Argentina. It is located between the barrios of Villa Pueyrredón, Belgrano, Villa Ortúzar, Coghlan, Saavedra and Agronomía. Its limits are the streets and avenues Constituyentes, Crisólogo Larralde, Galván, Núñez, Tronador, Roosevelt, Rómulo S. Naón and La Pampa. It is a residential neighborhood of both old houses and apartment buildings, quiet streets and a few fast-traffic, crowded avenues. It has several parks that make it very pleasant. During the summer, it is not uncommon to see neighbors talking to each other, comfortably sitting on their chairs on the sidewalk. It is also home of several institutions of importance to the Buenos Aires culture, such as the tango and milonga ballrooms Sunderland and Club Sin Rumbo, Argentine rock pioneer Litto Nebbia's Melopea Records, and the winner of three in a row futsal metropolitan tournaments, Club Pinocho.

NUÑEZ

Núñez es un barrio de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, capital de la República Argentina, siendo uno de los barrios que se encuentran más al norte de la ciudad, a orillas del Río de la Plata. Está limitado por las calles Desembocadura del Arroyo Medrano, Av. Leopoldo Lugones, Av. Guillermo Udaondo, Av. del Libertador, Av. Congreso, Zapiola, Av. Crisólogo Larralde, Av. Cabildo y Av. General Paz, y también por las costas del Río de la Plata. Limita con los barrios de Belgrano al sur, Coghlan al oeste y Saavedra al noroeste, con el Partido de Vicente López al norte, y con el Río de la Plata al este.

Núñez is a barrio or neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is on the northern edge of the city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata. The barrio of Belgrano is to the southeast; Saavedra and Coghlan are to the west; and Vicente López, in Buenos Aires Province, is to the north. The barrio has an area of 3.9 km² and a population of over 50,000. It is bounded by Avenida Cabildo and Avenida Congreso, Crisólogo Larralde, Zapiola, Udaondo and Cantilo Streets, and Avenida General Paz.

It was founded by Don Florencio Emeterio Núñez, along with the neighbouring barrio of Saavedra, both suburbs of Buenos Aires at the time. On Sunday, April 17, 1873, the local Mitre Line station opened, bringing 2,000 people for a banquet and speeches. Following that event, the land was parcelled and building commenced. Núñez donated the land for the railway station, hence the station and the neighbourhood bear his name. The area is quite built-up with apartments and much commercial activity, especially along Avenida Cabildo and Avenida del Libertador. Residential streets are generally smart and upmarket, with leafy villas, just like much of the rest of the north of the city. There are two squares: Plaza Balcarce and Plaza Félix Lima. Between Avenida del Libertador and the shore, there are large areas of open space, including sports clubs, the extensive High-performance Athletics Center, and recreational areas. One of the area's newest green spaces, the Parque de los Niños (English: Children's Park), opened in 1999, was the site of a "city beach" inaugurated by Mayor Mauricio Macri in early 2009. It lacks access to the water, but features an acre-sized sandlot and beach umbrellas. This was the first of several similar new parks in the city.

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