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|"Department||"General San Martín|
|Founded||September 27, 1867|
|Founded by||Manuel Anselmo Ocampo|
|• "Mayor||Martín Rodrigo Gill (Frente Por la Victoria)|
|Elevation||196 m (643 ft)|
|Population (2010 census)|
|"Time zone||"ART ("UTC-3)|
|"Dialing code||+54 353|
Villa María is a city in "Córdoba Province, Argentina, and the head town of the "General San Martín Department. It is located in the center of rich agricultural land. The area leads the country in production of milk. The city has a population of 72,162 per the 2001 "census ["INDEC] (Greater Villa María: 119,000), which makes it the third largest city in the province.
The city lies 137 km southeast from "the provincial capital, on the left bank of the "Tercero River, near the geographical center of Argentina, at the intersection of National Routes "9 and 158, and right next to the Cordoba-Buenos Aires Highway, one of the nation's most important communication arteries.
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