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Subdivisions of Buenos Aires province (About their official names) : See also:

About their official names

The Subdivisions of Buenos Aires Province are called "Partidos" (could be translated into English as "Districts") instead of "Departamentos" (Departments) as they are called in all other Argentine Provinces.
Francisco Gregoric, 13 Apr 2005


Alberti department

Emblem in the 1950’ies

The Justicialist Party emblem was adopted as arms by Alberti in Buenos Aires. In 1955, September 4th, Perón falls, and the military take the power ending the process.
Jaume Ollé, 30 Nov 2002

I believe that in this era the argentinian cities dont have flags own yet, only arms.
Jaume Ollé, 03 Dec 2002


Avellaneda department

Emblem in the 1950’ies

The Justicialist Party emblem was adopted as arms by Avellaneda in Buenos Aires. In 1955, September 4th, Perón falls, and the military take the power ending the process.
Jaume Ollé, 30 Nov 2002

I believe that in this era the argentinian cities dont have flags own yet, only arms.
Jaume Ollé, 03 Dec 2002


Malvinas department

According to an article published on the Argentinian website Reporterweb, the ninth anniversary of the creation of the municipio (municipality) of Malvinas and Islands of South Atlantic, was officially celebrated on 15 June 2004 in Buenos Aires.

The main event of the celebration, presided by the commandant of the military garrison of Buenos Aires, was a military parade of the Argentinian Army. There was also a flag raising ceremony, during which the national flag, the flag of the province of Buenos Aires and the flag of the Malvinas municipality.

A longer description of the ceremony can be read on the Reporterweb website: Unfortunately, no image of the flag raising ceremony is available on the website.

Ivan Sache, 19 Jun 2004


Nueve de Julio department

Flag of 7julio
by António Martins, 08 Dec 2004

Its flag consist of blue background charged with its emblem.
Dov Gutterman, 18 Feb 2002

Information translated from a 9 de Julio website (dead link).

Blas Delgado, 04 Jul 2002

It is left unsaid that the white geometrical shape is the geographic outline of the department (35°30'S 61°W), pointing north, as seen f.i. at http://www.capraro.com.ar/images/MaterialDidactico/Mapas/provincias/buenosairesg.jpg.
António Martins, 08 Dec 2004


Olavarría department

Sierras Bayas municipality

Flag of Sierras Bayas
by Dov Gutterman, 15 Nov 2003,
http://www.sierrasbayas.com.ar/historia/bandera.htm

Tandil department

Flag of Tandil
by Johnny Andersson, 08 Jul 2004

Adopted 9th December, 2003. The design, selected through a competition, was designed by Daniela Delceggio.
Johnny Andersson, 08 Jul 2004

At http://www.cybertandil.com.ar/notas/20031210%20bandera.htm can be seen the flag of the city of Tandil, in Buenos Aires province, Argentina. There is the following text:

Se presentó la Bandera que representará a Tandil

El martes 9 de diciembre, a las 9.30, en el despacho del intendente, se llevó a cabo el acto mediante el cual se presentó oficialmente la bandera que identificará a nuestra ciudad.

En dicho acto, en el que estuvieron presentes el intendente, Ing. Indalecio Oroquieta, el director de cultura de la Municipalidad, miembros del Concejo Deliberante y del jurado, se exhibieron los 4 trabajos preseleccionados, otorgándose un primer premio, un segundo premio y dos menciones especiales. El jurado estuvo integrado por un representante del Ejecutivo municipal, un concejal, un diseñador gráfico, un historiador y por Mariano Asurabarrena, quien participó de la selección de la bandera bonaerense en su calidad de funcionario de la Secretaría de Cultura de la provincia de Buenos Aires.

El veredicto del jurado fue el siguiente:

1º PREMIO: Daniela Delceggio. Este trabajo ha sido seleccionado como la BANDERA OFICIAL.

It looks like it was adopted on 9 december (probably 2003, according to the adress of the webpage). Looking at the flag, it seems to have been somewhat inspired from the provincial flag (see the lower hoist).

Olivier Touzeau, 28 Mar 2004

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