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Av. del Libertador 3880 (entre Av. Int. Bullrich y Sinclair)

With its lake, its amphitheater and the Rosedal, Tres de Febrero Park is one of the best-known green spaces in the city. Ideal for strolling and resting, drinking mate looking at the lake and exercising, this oasis in the middle of the metropolis is a favorite of tourists visiting the Argentine capital.

In the park there are two artificial lakes that can be explored by boat or on water bikes. The forests are estimated to have more than ten thousand trees, many of which are tipas, eucalyptus, talas and ombúes. Within the park, in Plaza Holanda, is El Rosedal, a garden with more than 12,000 rose bushes.

Inaugurated on November 11, 1875 at the initiative of President Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Tres de Febrero Park - in honor of the Battle of Caseros - was an original project by the architects Ernesto Oldendorf, Fernando Mauduit and Jordan Wysocky and completed in 1876 by the architect Jules Dormal (one of the builders of the Teatro Colón and the National Congress). The subsequent extensions (between 1892 and 1913) were carried out by the landscaper Carlos Thays, who also designed the Botanical Garden and the Centennial Park, among many others.

Bosques de Palermo - Rosedal

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