Opened in 1875.
With over 80 hectares, is one of the largest green spaces in Buenos Aires. Saturdays and Sundays all this area is closed to traffic to allow the visiting Buenos Aires for picnicking or playing sports.
Construction began in 1874 at the initiative of President Domingo F. Sarmiento. The original design was by architects Oldendorf, Mauduit and Wysocky; works also attended by the Belgian architect Jules Dormal (one of the architects of the Teatro Colon and the Congress). From 1892, responsible for numerous reforms and expansions was Carlos Thays (the main landscapers who worked in Argentina in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries).
In the park there are two artificial lakes that can be navigated by boat or water bike. Forests are estimated to have over 12,000 trees, many of whom are gals, eucalyptus, logging and ombúes.
Inside the park, Holland on the Plaza, is located The Rose Garden, a garden with more than 12,000 roses.
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