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Communes of Buenos Aires, Argentina
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The city of Buenos Aires is formally divided in 48 barrios (neighborhoods), grouped into 15 comunas (communes), which are defined as "units of decentralized political and administrative management governed by designated residents".
The comuna are serially numbered. They are listed below in numerical order together with their constituent neighbourhoods.
- Comuna 1: Puerto Madero, San Nicolás, Retiro, Monserrat, San Telmo and Constitución
- Comuna 2: Recoleta
- Comuna 3: Balvanera and San Cristóbal
- Comuna 4: La Boca, Barracas, Parque Patricios and Nueva Pompeya
- Comuna 5: Almagro and Boedo
- Comuna 6: Caballito
- Comuna 7: Flores and Parque Chacabuco
- Comuna 8: Villa Soldati, Villa Lugano and Villa Riachuelo
- Comuna 9: Parque Avellaneda, Mataderos and Liniers
- Comuna 10: Villa Luro, Vélez Sársfield, Floresta, Monte Castro, Villa Real and Versalles
- Comuna 11: Villa Devoto, Villa del Parque, Villa Santa Rita and Villa General Mitre
- Comuna 12: Villa Pueyrredón, Villa Urquiza, Coghlan and Saavedra
- Comuna 13: Núñez, Belgrano and Colegiales
- Comuna 14: Palermo
- Comuna 15: Villa Ortúzar, Chacarita, Villa Crespo, La Paternal,
Agronomía and Parque Chas.
These entities have no special names, but are numbered, from Comuna 1 to Comuna 15. Although in 2016 it was proposed that every commune would get its own
emblem and flag, it seems that the project is not finished. For now, communes
have only generic logos.
Valentin Poposki, 16 September 2020