Timote is a settlement in Carlos Tejedor partido , Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
It is 18 km east from Carlos Tejedor, its accesses are over 68 and 70 Provincial Roads.
According to 2010 INDEC National Census, there are 526 persons, what represents an increase of 3,3% over 509 in 2001 census.
In 1876, in Foromalán lagoon shore, Conrado E. Villegas founded Capitán Timote Fort in honour to Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Timote, born in Buenos Aires in 1836 and killed in Santa Rosa battle (1874).
In Timote, in La Celma estate, on June 1, 1970, the body of the de facto ex-president and dictator Pedro Eugenio Aramburu (1955-1958) was found, after being kidnapped and killed by the Argentine leftist urban guerrilla Montoneros.
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Events in the year 1878 in Argentina.
Events in the year 1879 in Argentina.
Events in the year 1880 in Argentina.
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Timote is a locality in Carlos Tejedor County, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
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