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La Lucila

La Lucila
La Lucila is located in Greater Buenos Aires
La Lucila
Location in Greater Buenos Aires
Country  Argentina
Province Buenos Aires
Partido Vicente López
Founded 1856
Elevation 18 m (59 ft)
Population (2001 census [INDEC])
 • Total 15,844
CPA Base B 1636
Area code(s) +54 11

La Lucila is a residential neighborhood of the Vicente López Partido in the northern suburbs of Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is considered to be an upmarket area of mostly family homes. It is located between the larger neighborhoods of Olivos, also in Vicente López, and Martínez, in San Isidro Partido.

It lies in between Avenida Maipú and the shore of the Río de la Plata (River Plate) from west to east and the streets Roma and Paraná (limit to the San Isidro Partido) from south to north.

It has a light railway station (La Lucila) on the Retiro-Tigre line - north on the line is Martínez and south is Olivos. It is also close to the Tren de la Costa.


Asociación Escuelas Lincoln, an American international school, is in La Lucila.[1]


  1. ^ "Home." Asociación Escuelas Lincoln. Retrieved on February 9, 2015. "Andrés Ferreyra 4073 B1637 AOS La Lucila Buenos Aires, Argentina"

External links

  • Municipal information: Municipal Affairs Federal Institute (IFAM), Municipal Affairs Secretariat, Ministry of Interior, Argentina. (Spanish)

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