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Buenos Aires, Argentina



 


Notes: Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and its largest city and port. It is located on the southern shore of the Río de la Plata (River Plate, the River of Silver), on the southeastern coast of the South American continent.
Strongly influenced by European culture, Buenos Aires is sometimes referred to as the "Paris of the South" or "Paris of South America".
After the internal conflicts of the 19th century, Buenos Aires was federalised and removed from Buenos Aires Province in 1880; its city limits were enlarged to include the former towns of Belgrano and Flores — both are now neighbourhoods in the city.
Names
Buenos Aires (English: Fair Winds, pronounced ˈbwe.nɔs ˈaj.ɾɛs) was originally called Ciudad de la Santísima Trinidad y Puerto de Santa María del Buen Aire, "City of the Most Holy Trinity and Port of Saint Mary of the Fair Winds".
The city name was chosen by the chaplain of Mendoza's expedition (see History, below), who was a devout follower of the Virgine de Bonaria ("Our Lady of the Fair Winds") of Cagliari, Sardinia.
Argentines sometimes refer to the city as Capital Federal to differentiate the city from the province of the same name. In the 1994 constitution, the city was given autonomy, hence its formal name: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.
The abbreviations Bs. As. and Baires are sometimes used, the first one mostly in writing and the second one in everyday speech. The city is sometimes called La reina del Plata ("The Queen of the Plate" region of the river's basin).
History
Spanish seaman Juan Díaz de Solís was the first European to reach the Río de la Plata, in 1516, but his expedition was cut short by an attack in which he was killed by the native Charrúa or Guaraní tribe.
The city was first founded as Ciudad de Nuestra Señora Santa María del Buen Ayre (literally "City of Our Lady Saint Mary of the 'Good Air' old Spanish for 'Fair Wind(s)'") on February 2, 1536 by a Spanish gold-seeking expedition…

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City/Town : Latitude: -34.603611, Longitude: -58.381667


Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 de Boer, Willem Nanno  08 August 1870Buenos Aires, Argentina I704416
2 Haymes, Richard Benjamin  13 September 1918Buenos Aires, Argentina I673986
3 Hiltermann, Gustavo Bernardo Jose  01 May 1914Buenos Aires, Argentina I591830
4 Klunder, Jan  13 January 1868Buenos Aires, Argentina I126936
5 Korstanje, Cornelia  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I188783
6 Korstanje, Jacoba  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I188781
7 Korstanje, Martà­n  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I285205
8 Korstanje, Pedro  16 March 1902Buenos Aires, Argentina I284745
9 Korstanje, Santiago  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I188782
10 van Limburg Stirum, Samuel John  09 June 1913Buenos Aires, Argentina I128758
11 Moll, Alicia Juana  29 April 1898Buenos Aires, Argentina I539741
12 Palma, Angélica  08 December 1903Buenos Aires, Argentina I285204
13 Peron, Juan Domingo  08 October 1895Buenos Aires, Argentina I685262
14 Stoel, Margarita Jacqueline Elisabeth  09 April 1912Buenos Aires, Argentina I74500
15 Vallejo, Arturo Juan  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I285247
16 de Vries, Jan  Approximately 1867Buenos Aires, Argentina I37828

Died

Matches 1 to 12 of 12

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 van der Bliek, Neeltje  February 1962Buenos Aires, Argentina I188778
2 Ibarguren, Eva Maria Duarte  26 July 1952Buenos Aires, Argentina I685259
3 Koetze, Klaas  23 October 1867Buenos Aires, Argentina I198172
4 Korstanje, Cornelia  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I188783
5 Korstanje, Jan  1950Buenos Aires, Argentina I188777
6 Korstanje, Martà­n  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I285205
7 Korstanje, Santiago  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I188782
8 Lookermans, Franciscus  29 December 1891Buenos Aires, Argentina I334396
9 Oubiña, Sara  1978Buenos Aires, Argentina I285246
10 Peron, Juan Domingo  01 July 1974Buenos Aires, Argentina I685262
11 Thyssen, Friedrich  08 February 1951Buenos Aires, Argentina I674188
12 Vallejo, Arturo Juan  Date unknownBuenos Aires, Argentina I285247

Married

Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Korstanje / Bliek  Buenos Aires, Argentina F75480
2 Korstanje / Palma  Buenos Aires, Argentina F112931
3 Vallejo / Oubiña  1937Buenos Aires, Argentina F112948

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