Spanish word for silver
2. La Plata: capital city of the
province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
3. Rio de la Plata: river
on the border between Argentina and Uruguay
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Plata (English: The Silver) is the capital city of the province
of Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as of the partido of La
Plata. The city was planned to serve as the capital of the
province after the city of Buenos Aires was declared as the
federal district in 1880. Per the 2001 census [INDEC], the city
proper has a population of 574,369 and its metropolitan area has
Plata was officially founded by Governor Dardo Rocha on November
19, 1882 and its construction was fully documented in photographs
by Tomás Bradley Sutton. It was referred to as Eva Perón
City (Ciudad Eva Perón) between 1952 and 1955.
city is home to two football (soccer) teams that play in the
first division: Estudiantes de La Plata and Gimnasia y Esgrima La
Río de la Plata (River of Silver)—sometimes rendered
River Plate in British English and the Commonwealth, and
occasionally rendered [La] Plata River in other English-speaking
countries—is the river and estuary formed by the confluence
of the Uruguay River and the Paraná River on the border
between Argentina and Uruguay. It is a funnel-shaped indentation
on the southeastern coastline of South America, about 290
kilometres (180 mi) long.
photo of the Río de la Plata looking from west to east.
Río de la Plata widens from about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) at
the inner part to about 220 kilometres (140 mi) at its mouth. It
forms part of the border between Argentina and Uruguay, with the
major ports and capital cities of Buenos Aires and Montevideo on
its southwest and northeast shores. The coasts of the Río
de la Plata are the most densely populated areas of Argentina and
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