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Find nonstop flights to Ciudad Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ciudad Madero, also known as Villa Eduardo Madero, is a city in La Matanza Partido, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It is located within the Greater Buenos Aires metropolitan area.

Populated originally by the Querandí people, a portion of the land today occupied by the city was deed to Pedro Gutiérrez by Governor Hernando Arias de Saavedra in 1615. It was added to Martín José de Altolaguirre’s extensive holdings in 1775, and was in turn purchased by Francisco Ramos Mejía in 1808. Prior to Mrs. Ramos Mejía’s death in 1860, she bequeathed the property among her four children, the second of whom married a family ally in their struggles against Governor Juan Manuel de Rosas, Francisco Bernabé Madero.