Coronel Pringles is a town in the south of the Buenos Aires Province in Argentina. It is the head town of the Coronel Pringles Partido. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The latter, and its main town, were named after Coronel Juan Pascual Pringles, a member of grenadiers regiment of General San Martin' s army that fought in the wars of independence against the Spanish. Located a distance of 120 km from Bahia Blanca and 518 km from Buenos Aires, Pringles today has a population of around 23. 794 inhabitants (2001) and its main economic activities are related to agriculture and sheep and cattle raising. It is sometimes referred to as the "Capital de los Lanares", which in English means the "Wool Capital", in recognition of the importance of sheep farming in the surrounding area. The partido of Coronel Pringles was created in 1882 by the government of the Province of Buenos Aires who divided the territory of Tres Arroyos into the partidos of Coronel Suarez, Tres Arroyos and Coronel Pringles.
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