San Isidro is located in Northern Greater Buenos Aires, 21 km away from the City of Buenos Aires.
The area of San Isidro is more that 300 years old. It was founded on October 14th, 1706, when Domingo de Accassuso gave this testimony to a notary:
"Tengo especial devoción con el Señor San Isidro Labrador, por lo cual el deseo que me asiste de celebrar su fiesta, he resuelto erigir capilla que a un mismo tiempo sirva para que los vecinos y moradores del Pago de Monte Grande logren el bien de tener misa todos los domingos y días de fiesta."
That translates to:
"I have a special devotion to the lord San Isidro Labrador, thus the desire to participate in his celebration, i have decided to raise a chapel that will serve at the same time for the neighbors and inhabitants of Monte Grande can go to mass every sunday and holiday."
With time a town was formed surrounding the chapel by humble people working in their homes, fishing, or as small merchants.
San Isidro then became the main provider of bread, fruits, vegetables, and fire-wood of Buenos Aires, these were the activities that brought the inhabitants of San isidro the largest part of their income back then.
As time went on, the people of Buenos Aires, realizing the beauty of San Isidro, started buying real esate properties there and converting them into their summer residences, eventually becoming main homes.
San Isidro developed in a rather unusual way, conserving the Old Quarters of the area in the surroundings of the Cathedral and also developing an area full of modern apartments and houses. As a whole it is a very attractive area to the North of the city of Buenos Aires.
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