The Parque 3 de Febrero in Buenos Aires, is one of the most important green spaces of the urban area, designed by French landscape architect Carlos Thays, who led the landscaping since 1890.
The most popular area, surrounded by one of the lakes in the park is the Rose Garden, protected on all sides by a fence of wrought iron. Its main attractions are: The Garden of the Poets, which exhibits busts reminiscent of other important writers s countries and the Patio Andaluz, built in 1929 and given
by La Seville to Buenos Aires, the Glorieta, covered with climbing roses and vines, culminating in the sculptural work of Emile Peynot "Sarmiento Wreath" and the Bridge, a magnificent construction of wood over the lake, made on the design of renowned architect Benito Carrasco in 1914. The rose garden itself, with its many different kinds of beds of roses, is the heart of the park, where all the spring bloom over 12,000 copies of the pink houses in an explosion of color and aromas.
The hours in the Rose Garden is open to the public are:
Summer: 8.00 to 20.00.
Winter: 9.00 am to 18.00 pm.
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