Welcome to Bahía Blanca


In an early effort to establish military control on the periphery of the pampas, Colonel Ramón Estomba situated the Fortaleza Protectora Argentina at that natural harbor in 1828. By 1885, when the present-day port was first opened, it had become a vital link to both North America and Europe. Basketball fans take note: Bahía Blanca is also known as an incubator of Argentine talent, thanks mostly to its favorite son, legendary NBA and Olympic champion, Manu Ginobili.


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