Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Argentina

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0100~
Italica - Spain
0200-0300
Sevilla (separated from Italica?) - Spain
0300-0400
Sevilla (Metr.) - Spain
1536
Cuzco (established from Spain/Sevilla?) - Peru
1547
Rio de la Plata / Asunción en Paraguay (detached from Cuzco) - (Rio de la Plata) Paraguay

Regarding Córdoba / Córdoba del Tucumán

1552
La Plata / Charcas (detached from Cuzco) - (Rio de la Plata) Bolivia /Peru
1561
Santiago de Chile (detached from La Plata / Charcas) - Chile

1570
Córdoba / Córdoba del Tucumán / a.k.a. "Tucumán" (detached from Santiago de Chile) - (Rio de la Plata) Argentina
1620
Buenos Aires (detached from Asunción en Paraguay) - (Rio de la Plata) Argentina
1806
Salta (detached from Córdoba del Tucumán) - (Rio de la Plata) Argentina
1826
San Juan de Cuyo (AV, detached from Córdoba) - Argentina
1834
San Juan de Cuyo - Argentina
1859
Paraná (detached from Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1866
Buenos Aires (Metr.) - Argentina
1883
Northern Patagonia (AV, detached from Buenos Aires) - Argentina, Chile
1883
Southern Patagonia / Patagonia Meridional, Tierra del Fuego y Islas Malvinas (AP, detached from San Carlos de Ancud) - Chile, Argentina
In 1916 the Argentinian part of this jurisdiction was detached and transferred to Buenos Aires.
1897
La Plata (detached from Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1897
Santa Fe (detached from Paraná) - Argentina
1897
Tucumán (detached from Salta) - Argentina
1904
Northern Patagonia (suppressed, reattached to Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1907
Santiago del Estero (detached from Tucumán) - Argentina
1910
Catamarca (detached from Tucuman) - Argentina
1910
Corrientes (detached from Paraná) - Argentina
1934
Córdoba (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1934
La Plata (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1934
Paraná (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1934
Salta (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1934
San Juan de Cuyo (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1934
Santa Fe (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1934
Azul (detached from La Plata) - Argentina
1934
Bahía Blanca (detached from La Plata) - Argentina
1934
Jujuy (detached from Salta) - Argentina
1934
La Rioja (detached from Córdoba) - Argentina
1934
Mendoza (detached from San Juan de Cuyo) - Argentina
1934
Mercedes (detached from La Plata) - Argentina
1934
Río Cuarto (detached from Córdoba) - Argentina
1934
Rosario (detached from Santa Fe) - Argentina
1934
San Luis (detached from San Juan de Cuyo) - Argentina
1934
Viedma (detached from Buenos Aires) - Argentina
1939
Resistencia (detached from Santa Fe) - Argentina
1947
San Nicolás de los Arroyos (detached from La Plata, and from Mercedes) - Argentina
1957
Bahía Blanca (Metr.) - Argentina
1957
Tucumán (Metr.) - Argentina
1957
Argentina (Mil.Ord.) - Argentina
1957
Comodoro Rivadavia (detached from Viedma) - Argentina
1957
Formosa (detached from Resistencia) - Argentina
1957
Gualeguaychú (detached from Paraná) - Argentina
1957
Lomas de Zamora (detached from La Plata) - Argentina
1957
Mar del Plata (detached from La Plata, and from Bahía Blanca) - Argentina
1957
Morón (detached from La Plata) - Argentina
1957
Nueve de Julio (detached from Mercedes, and from Azul) - Argentina
1957
Posadas (detached from Corrientes) - Argentina
1957
Reconquista (detached from Santa Fe) - Argentina
1957
San Isidro (detached from La Plata, and from San Nicolás de los Arroyos) - Argentina
1957
Santa Rosa (detached from Mercedes, and from Bahía Blanca) - Argentina
1957
Villa María (detached from Cordoba) - Argentina
1959
Argentina [for Orientals without an Ordinary of their own Rite] (ExAp) - Argentina
1961
Corrientes (Metr.) - Argentina
1961
Mendoza (Metr.) - Argentina
1961
Añatuya (detached from Santiago del Estero) - Argentina
1961
Avellaneda (detached from La Plata, and from Lomas de Zamora) - Argentina
1961
Concordia (detached from Paraná) - Argentina
1961
Goya (detached from Corrientes) - Argentina
1961
Neuquén (detached from Viedma) - Argentina
1961
Orán (detached from Salta) - Argentina
1961
Rafaela (detached from Santa Fe, and from Reconquista) - Argentina
1961
Río Gallegos (detached from Comodoro Rivadavia) - Argentina
1961
San Francisco (detached from Cordoba) - Argentina
1961
San Martín (detached from Morón, and from San Isidro) - Argentina
1961
San Rafael (detached from Mendoza) - Argentina
1962
Venado Tuerto (detached from Rosario) - Argentina
1963
Presidencia Roque Sáenz Peña (detached from Resistencia) - Argentina
1963
Rosario (Metr.) - Argentina
1963
Concepción (detached from Tucumán) - Argentina
1963
Cruz del Eje (detached from Córdoba) - Argentina
1968
Santa Maria del Patrocinio en Buenos Aires [Ukr.] (ExAp) - Argentina
1969
Cafayate (Prel., detached from Salta, and from Catamarca) - Argentina
1969
Humahuaca (Prel., detached from Jujuy) - Argentina
1969
San Justo (detached from de Lomas de Zamora, and from Morón) - Argentina
1976
Quilmes (detached from Avellaneda, and from La Plata) - Argentina
1976
Zárate-Campana (detached from San Isidro, and from San Nicolás de los Arroyos) - Argentina
1978
Santa Maria del Patrocinio en Buenos Aires [Ukr.] - Argentina
1978
San Miguel (detached from San Martín) - Argentina
1979
Santo Tomé (detached from Corrientes, and from Goya) - Argentina
1980
Chascomús (detached from La Plata, and from Mar del Plata) - Argentina
1980
Deán Funes (Prel., detached from Cruz del Eje) - Argentina
1981
Latin America and Mexico [Arm.] (Ord.) - Argentina
1984
Resistencia (Metr., was part of the Metropolitan Province of Corrientes) - Argentina
1986
Puerto Iguazú (detached from Posadas) - Argentina
1989
Mercedes-Luján (new name, previously Mercedes) - Argentina
1989
San Gregorio de Narek en Buenos Aires [Arm.] (detached from Ord. Latin America and Mexico) - Argentina
1990
San Charbel en Buenos Aires [Mar.] - Argentina
1992
San Roque de Presidencia Roque Sáenz Peña - (new name, previously Presidencia Roque Sáenz Peña) - Argentina
1992
Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz (new name, previously Santa Fe) - Argentina
1993
Alto Valle de Río Negro (detached from Viedma) - Argentina
1993
San Carlos de Bariloche (detached from Viedma) - Argentina
1995
Villa de la Concepción del Río Cuarto (new name, previously Río Cuarto) - Argentina
1997
Mercedes-Luján (AD) - Argentina
1997
Merlo-Moreno (detached from Morón) - Argentina
2000
Gregorio de Laferrere (detached from San Justo) - Argentina
2001
Avellaneda-Lanús (new name, previously Avellaneda) - Argentina
2009
Esquel (Prel., detached from Comodoro Rivadavia) - Argentina
2009
Oberá (detached from Posadas, and from Puerto-Iguazú) - Argentina
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