Manuel Garcia Fernandez - Manuel García Fernández
|Manuel Garcia Fernandez|
Location of Manuel García Fernández in the Province of Tucumán
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Manuel García Fernández is an Argentine town located in the Department of Loyalties of the Province of Tucumán . It is located at the junction of National Route 157 with Provincial Route 321, 1 km from National Route 38 .
The name of the town is a tribute to the Spanish immigrant, Manuel García Fernández, a native of Galicia, who at the end of the 19th century founded the Bella Vista Mill, promoting the sugar industry and the progress of the entire area. He was a great philanthropist, one of his most notorious works being the donation of the figure of one million pesos, in 1920, for the construction of the "Tulio Garcia Fernández" School in San Miguel de Tucumán, named in honor of one of their deceased children.
|Graph of demographic evolution of Manuel García Fernández between 1991 and 2010|
Source of the National Censuses of INDEC