In the first ever census of 1869, the population of Argentina didn't reach 2 million. By 1920, more than half of the population of Buenos Aires were foreign born. According to the 1960 census, the country's population had grown to 20 million. If Europeans and people from the Middle East hadn't migrated to Argentina, the population would have only been 8 million.
Buenos Aires - Boca del subte alrededor de la decada del 20 del siglo pasado, presuntamente, por q el cartel indica a plaza de mayo o caballito, como si fuese agregado recientemente el de caballito, y por el estilo de autos