San Fernando de la Buena Vista

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San Fernando de la Buena Vista is a city in the Gran Buenos Aires area, in Argentina, and capital of the San Fernando Partido, 20 km (12 mi) north of the city of Buenos Aires.

San Fernando de la Buena Vista
Aerial view
Aerial view
San Fernando de la Buena Vista is located in Greater Buenos Aires
San Fernando de la Buena Vista
San Fernando de la Buena Vista
Coordinates: 34°26′25″S 58°33′28″W / 34.44028°S 58.55778°W / -34.44028; -58.55778
Country Argentina
Province Buenos Aires
Partido San Fernando
 (2001 census [INDEC])
 • Total145,165
CPA Base
B 1646
Area code+54 11

Geographic DataEdit

Located in the northern area of Gran Buenos Aires, San Fernando is composed of two clearly differentiated areas: a densely populated mainland section, with predominance of industrial, commercial and service areas; and a section of Islands of the Paraná Delta of 950 km2 (370 sq mi). It is the nautical capital of Argentina.

Mitre Square

The city is bordered by San Isidro and Tigre. Its continental area is composed of the towns of Virreyes, San Fernando and Victoria. The rest of his jurisdiction comprises the second and third sections of the Paraná Delta Islands.

Surface areaEdit

  • Continental section: 23 km2 (8.9 sq mi)
  • Delta section: 950 km2 (370 sq mi) (approx.)



  • Total population: 151,131
  • Urban population: 147,409
  • Rural population (delta): 3,058

Population by localitiesEdit

  • San Fernando: 68,806
  • Victoria: 40,461
  • Virreyes: 38,142
  • Delta: 3,058


Buenos Aires International Christian Academy, an English-only Christian International school in Argentina, is located in San Fernando.[1]


  1. ^ "Directions." Buenos Aires International Christian Academy. Retrieved on February 9, 2015. "Av. del Libertador 2170, San Fernando (1646), Buenos Aires, Argentina."

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