Villa General Mitre was named in honor of the ex-president of the Argentina Nation, Bartolomé Mitre. The Areas main assets are it wide and calm street, some with asphalt and other that still have their original cobblestone. It is an area with a lot of trees, simple houses, and among them a few tall towers and businesses giving the area a lot of life.
The lands of Villa General Mitre used to form part of what is today Santa Rita and Flores, and they are often confused. Others believe that it is part of La Paternal. In fact, Villa General Mitre is not usually known by its real name, and only in the Municipality the area is referred to correctly.
Between the 1930's and 1950's, Villa General Mitre was the area chosen by immigrants from all around the world to build their new home, including: Spanish, Italians, Jewish, Basques, Arabs and Gypsies, all working hard for a future in Buenos Aires. These new inhabitants turned the area into one with all kinds of business and industries.
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- Villa General Mitre limits with the following areas of Buenos Aires: Flores, Villa Santa Rita, Villa del Parque, Paternal, Villa Crespo and Caballito.