Parque Cristina-Enea

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The Park that Time Forgot
Cristina Enea Park is a legacy of the Duke de Mandas, whose name lies on the street that leads up to the entrance. After a series of purchases, remodelings, and additions, the legacy has come to consist of 95,000 square meters. And they are a charming, wild bunch of square meters. You can find ducks, fig trees, holm oaks, chestnuts, red crabs, geese, laurel trees, mistletoe…there are knolls for snoozing, trees for climbing, peacocks for Instagram-picture taking. Something for everyone.

It’s also home to the Environmental Resources Center and the Urban Sustainability Observatory. What does that mean to the average Jose? That there is a super cute library if you are looking for a secret, quiet place to read or study.
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