Tres Arroyos


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Tres Arroyos

 

a city in Argentina, in the province of Buenos Aires. Population, 34,100 (1960). Tres Arroyos has a railroad station. The city is a commercial center of the pampas, an area whose principal economic activities are cattle breeding and the cultivation of grain (mainly wheat). Industry includes the processing of agricultural products.

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En Estado Actual de las Investigaciones en el Sitio Arqueologico Arroyo Seco 2 (Partido de Tres Arroyos, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina), editado por G.
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