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Independence Park
Independence Park

“Parque de la Independencia” (Independence Park) is the largest and most traditional park in Rosario. It was designed around...

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España Park
España Park

It is one of the best locations to admire the river, which gives the city much of its idiosyncrasy. Regarded as one of the most modern...

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Urquiza Park
Urquiza Park

Overlooking the Paraná River, the Urquiza Park is minutes away from the National Flag Memorial. The Humberto de Nito Municipal...

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Nationalities Park & Sunchales Park
Nationalities Park & Sunchales Park

To the North from downtown, and past the Spanish Park, the riverside walk runs first into the Nationalities Park, and then into Sunchales...

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National Flag Park
National Flag Park

It encompasses walks and groves by the river. This is a distinctive public space, enjoyed by Rosario locals and doubling as a venue for...

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Yrigoyen Park and “Che” Guevara Estatue
Yrigoyen Park and “Che” Guevara Estatue

Parque Yrigoyen (Yrigoyen Park) is located between the Downtown and the Southern Municipal District Center. Within these limits,...

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Scalabrini Ortiz Park
Scalabrini Ortiz Park

On 7 April 2010, World Health Day, this Park was made a part of the municipal plan Rosario on the Move with the inauguration of a 2...

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Recreational Street
Recreational Street

Apart from providing a great place to meet up with friends, have fun, enjoy a healthy lifestyle, and practice physical activities, the...

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De los Constituyentes Park
De los Constituyentes Park

Although it covers 300 hectares (around 743 acres), only 20 (about 50 acres) are open to the public. The playground is in this area, which...

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Dancing Waters
Dancing Waters

On the weekends, public holidays and their eves, it is one of the most popular attractions in the Park. The light effects accompany the...

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