Almirante Brown


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Almirante Brown,

Argentina: see AdroguéAdrogué
or Almirante Brown
, city (1991 pop. 449,105), Buenos Aires prov., E Argentina. It was settled in 1873 by families fleeing a yellow fever epidemic in the city of Buenos Aires.
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The Two Sides of the Coin: The Impact of European Migration in the Buenos Aires Countryside, San Vicente and Almirante Brown (1869-1895)
El siguiente censo nacional tuvo lugar en 1895, de modo tal que nos basaremos en estas dos "fotos" para obtener una vision global de la evolucion de una zona de la campana bonaerense, la del partido de San Vicente en 1869, y la de San Vicente y Almirante Brown en 1895.
This study was carried out in Almirante Brown (Fig.
Each sampling site (U, S, R) were considered as a homogeneous area regarding its environmental characteristics, and the district of Almirante Brown as a whole (U+S+R) was considered as a heterogeneous area.
played professional Basketball in Argentina for Club Almirante Brown.
Se ubican en alrededor del 4% de incidencia de causas mal definidas los partidos de La Matanza (4,8%), Moron (4,4%), San Fernando (4,3%), Almirante Brown (4,1%), Malvinas Argentinas (4%).
(9) Los partidos que los componen son: Almirante Brown, Avellaneda, Berazalegui, Esteban Echeverria, Ezeiza, Florencio Varela, General San Martin, Hurlingham, Ituzaingo, Jose C.
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