June 25, 1585
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| Córdoba Province, Argentina|
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Santa María de Punilla Wikipedia
Santa Maria de Punilla is a town in the Punilla Department in the province of Córdoba, Argentina. The town has a population of 9,526 inhabitants (INDEC, 2010 ) and is located on National Route 38, and the Tren de las Sierras line of the General Manuel Belgrano Railway. The center of Santa Maria de Punilla is located approximately 50 km northwest of the city of Córdoba and 3 km south of the provincial capital, Cosquín.
The municipality is also located on the banks of the Cosquín River. Originally, the area belonged to an indigenous Comechingón community known as "Toaén", encompassing what is now Santa Maria, Cosquín, Bialet Massé and neighboring areas.