Main Cities of La Pampa

Towns and Cities

There is no doubt that La Pampa was born as a rural state. After the indians, the first white man presence was in pursuit of agrarian exploitation. Shortly after, towns emerged from primary activities and commercial progress.
Pampean towns recognize three types of origins: the ones derived from military foundations -which were garrisons first and then towns-, like Victorica -first pampean town- and General Acha founded in 1882.
The population arose spontaneously near some commercial establishment next to an important road; and the populations that resulted from railways, almost always with the tenacity of a founder and promoter.

General Pico was the paradigm of the enterprising spirit at the end of the past century. Situated in an important railway cross, which in old times made the city expand; and with the railway decadence, emerged its prominent industrial and commercial activities.

Santa Rosa connected not more than 700 kilometers far from Litoral, Cuyo and South center cities of the country, is the modern pampean Capital being an important city has all services: commercial centers, discos, theatres, cinemas, a casino, important installations for golf, equitation, soaring, motoring, motorcycling and biking, prestigious entertaining centers and an intensive cultural activity makes Santa Rosa a place to enjoy.


Index of contents

Anniversary of Towns
Bernardo Larroudé
Carro Quemado
Colonia Barón
Eduardo Castex
General Pico
General Acha
General San Martín
Ingeniero Luiggi
Intendente Alvear
Jacinto Arauz
La Adela
Miguel Riglos
Miguel Cané
Pichi Huinca
Santa Isabel
Santa Rosa
25 de Mayo

Editor's note: It is not included the entirety of the towns and cities of La Pampa

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