Villa Regina

What is Villa Regina known for?


historical population

muestra el censo trans_title Data of every city depicted on the census work Río Negro.com.ar publisher Diario Río Negro date May 3, 2013 accessdate May 4, 2013 Economy


large variety

the summer. Its landscape includes a large variety of trees, including cypress, eucalypt, poplar trees (Populus) and willows. It also has a camping ground, which is open the entire year. thumb center 900px Panoramic view of the city from the northern hill (File:Villa Regina, panorama..jpg) Footnotes References *


historic research

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family work

and others were evicted because they could not pay these installments but refused to move. The 1947 census, the first Argentine census that surveyed Villa Regina


agricultural+related

on the National Route #22. Together with San Carlos de Bariloche, this is the most prosperous part of the province. Most pear and apple plantations are at the ''Alto Valle'', but many also at the ''Valle Medio''. -- Together with Villa Regina, Allen (Allen, Río Negro), Cinco Saltos, Cipolletti, Neuquén and many other smaller towns, they constitute the ''lineal'' urbanisation of the ''Alto Valle'' of the Negro River (Río Negro (Argentina)). Besides apples and pears, there are vineyards, peaches, and other fruits and vegetables. Within the industrial sector highlight the fabrication of refrigerating storehouses, fruit and vegetable packaging, and other agricultural related industries.


modern buildings

a Villa Regina trans_title Welcome to Villa Regina language Spanish accessdate April 20, 2013 work Villa Regina.gov.ar publisher Municipalidad Villa Regina It has an irregular street system, with a mixture of old and modern buildings in its center.


apples

Regina date November 16, 2012 accessdate April 26, 2013 work ADN Rio Negro publisher Agenda Digital de Noticias Additionally, the area has vineyards which are used to grow grapes that are then turned into sparkling wine.

on the National Route #22. Together with San Carlos de Bariloche, this is the most prosperous part of the province. Most pear and apple plantations are at the ''Alto Valle'', but many also at the ''Valle Medio''. -- Together with Villa Regina, Allen (Allen, Río Negro), Cinco Saltos, Cipolletti, Neuquén and many other smaller towns, they constitute the ''lineal'' urbanisation of the ''Alto Valle'' of the Negro River (Río Negro (Argentina)). Besides apples and pears, there are vineyards, peaches, and other fruits and vegetables. Within the industrial sector highlight the fabrication of refrigerating storehouses, fruit and vegetable packaging, and other agricultural related industries.


work national

tecnologías de los alimentos trans_title Faculty for food sciences and and technologies language Spanish accessdate April 26, 2013 work National University of Comahue publisher National University of Comahue's official site In 2010, it was inaugurated as a campus of the National University of Río Negro, which is focused on careers related to business management, technology and engineering. Category:Populated places in Río Negro Province Category:Populated places established in 1924 Alto Valle The main cities in Alto Valle are: General Roca, Cipolletti, Villa Regina, followed by many others on the National Route #22. Together with San Carlos de Bariloche, this is the most prosperous part of the province. Most pear and apple plantations are at the ''Alto Valle'', but many also at the ''Valle Medio''. -- Together with Villa Regina, Allen (Allen, Río Negro), Cinco Saltos, Cipolletti, Neuquén and many other smaller towns, they constitute the ''lineal'' urbanisation of the ''Alto Valle'' of the Negro River (Río Negro (Argentina)). Besides apples and pears, there are vineyards, peaches, and other fruits and vegetables. Within the industrial sector highlight the fabrication of refrigerating storehouses, fruit and vegetable packaging, and other agricultural related industries.


development social

en políticas públicas implicitas de desarollo trans_title Espacial segregation and exclusion on implicit development social policies publisher XXV Jornadas de Investigación VII Encuentro Regional de Investigación Urbano Ambiental author Pérez Rómulo accessdate April 28, 2013 which increased to 33,089 by the 2010 census.


years including

of the Argentinian government. The road, named after former Governor of Río Negro "Gobernador Don Marío José Franco", opened the access to 4,500 hectares of land to be urbanaized by the municipal government. Further development of the road is scheduled for a span of two years, including the addition of pavement, construction of sidewalks and streetlights. Next to the road, the "Via Cristi" pedestrian path is set to be inaugurated during Easter in 2014, including the unveiling

Villa Regina

'''Villa Regina''' is a city in the General Roca Department (General Roca Department, Río Negro) of the . The city is connected to the rest of the towns in the Upper Río Negro Valley (Río Negro (Argentina)#Alto Valle) via National Route 22 (National Route 22 (Argentina)).

The city was built by the Italian-Argentine Colonization Company ( ), which purchased 5,000 hectares for urban development from the estate of Manuel Zorrilla. The lands were divided into four zones of 1,300 hectares, 1,200 hectares, 1,300 hectares, and 1,200 hectares. These zones were then subdivided into lots, which were sold to families that immigrated to Argentina from Italy. The settlement was established on November 7, 1924. It was originally named Colonia Regina de Alvear, after the wife of then-president Marcelo T. de Alvear (Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear), who had approved the project. The company developed the town with the help of Italian investors. In 1930, the government of Rio Negro created the municipality of Villa Regina, dissolving the Italian-Argentine Colonization Company. By 1939, the development of the four zones was completed. In 1987 the town wrote its first constitution, doing away with the position of municipal president and replacing it with the position of mayor.

Villa Regina is considered the capital of the Eastern Upper Valley micro-region. The surrounding area produces a large portion of the apple and pear harvests of Patagonia and also has a sizable grape harvest. The economy of the town is complemented by its canning and bottling plants, which compose the local industrial park. The city celebrates the Provincial Grape Harvest Festival annually and also hosts the National Comahue Fair biennially.

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