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Bernardino de la Trinidad González Rivadavia (20 de mayo de 1780 – 2 de septiembre de 1845) fue el primer presidente de Argentina, entonces llamada Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata, desde el 8 de febrero de 1826 hasta el 27 de junio de 1827.
Se formó en el Real Colegio de San Carlos, pero lo dejó sin terminar sus estudios. Durante las Invasiones Británicas sirvió como Tercer Teniente de los Voluntarios de Galicia. Participó en el Cabildo abierto del 22 de mayo de 1810 votando por la deposición del virrey. Tuvo una fuerte influencia en el Primer Triunvirato y poco después se desempeñó como Ministro de Gobierno y Relaciones Exteriores de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.
Aunque hubo un Congreso General destinado a redactar una constitución, el inicio de la Guerra con Brasil hizo que se estableciera inmediatamente el cargo de Presidente de Argentina; siendo Rivadavia el primero en ser nombrado para el cargo. La Constitución argentina de 1826 fue promulgada posteriormente, pero fue rechazada por las provincias. Fuertemente contestado por su partido político, Rivadavia dimitió y fue sucedido por Vicente López y Planes.

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Although in terms of superlatives the controversy is served, it seems that there is unanimity in considering Yonge Street in Toronto, Canada, as the longest street in the world. The American continent, whose cities are much younger, is home to most of the world’s major thoroughfares, New York, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Mexico City… many of them more than twenty-five kilometers long; in Europe, it is Roskildevej Street in Copenhagen that holds the record with 31 kilometers.
It is one of the main road arteries in Toronto, Canada. It is mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest street in the world, with 56 kilometers. Yonge Street is home to many of the attractions of the capital of Ontario.
The capital of Argentina has the widest avenue, 9 de Julio, with 140 meters (in the image), and Rivadavia, one of the longest avenues in the world with a length of 35 kilometers.  In Buenos Aires and with a length of 35 kilometers, this great road starts at the Plaza de Mayo, the historic center of the Argentine capital. It is named after the first president of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata, Bernardino Rivadavia. Although shorter, Avenida 9 de Julio is another of the icons of Buenos Aires and in many forums is considered the widest in the world.

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In October, the news arrived that the Army of the North under the command of General Manuel Belgrano had won the battle of Tucumán, in spite of the order of retreat towards Córdoba given by the Triumvirate by order of Rivadavia. The state of opinion and the need to accelerate the fight for independence provoked the revolution of October 8, 1812, whose leaders demanded the resignation of the Triumvirate and its replacement by a second government with the same characteristics. Rivadavia was arrested and moved away from Buenos Aires for a while.
The Directory and the General Constituent Assembly appointed him in 1814 to develop a diplomatic mission in Europe together with General Manuel Belgrano. He was to monitor the reaction of the powers to the revolution in the Río de la Plata and to look for a candidate to seat him in the future on the throne of a monarchy seen by many as the solution for those countries.
In 1821, on the occasion of the formation of the province of Buenos Aires, after the national dissolution, its first governor, General Martin Rodriguez, appointed him Minister of Government and Foreign Affairs on July 19. The set of policies he promoted is known as the Rivadavia Reform and covered political, military, economic and ecclesiastical aspects.

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