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History of Oberá
Fiesta de los Inmigrantes
 
Ruinas Jesuitas
 

Oberá: "La que brilla" in Guarani language. It was founded in 1928 by immigrants colonies.

There is another version about its name, that says that it corresponds to a cacique converted to christianism.

It is located to 97 Km from Posadas, in the province's center-south. It was initially denominated " Capital del Monte", it is one of the most important tourist centers due to its strategic location and to its excellent tourist infrastructure.

Its population is conformed by a true mosaic of ethnoses and religions. As a result more than 30 different cults are practiced there and there are about 50 churches.

This important city has several agro-industrial complexes, dedicated specially to the herb production, tea and wood.

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