This wide park was built in 1848, under the mayorship of José Alcántara Romero and is a fine example of nineteenth-century gardening. It is home to many rare and ornamental species, such as centuries-old redwoods, slender London planes, horse chestnuts, lime trees and sycamores and countless plants (trees, bushes, perennials, annuals, etc.). Its high level of biodiversity, the unique varieties, its architectural elements (such as the central esplanade) and the park’s age, make it one of the finest green areas in Córdoba province. Furthermore, the provincial catalogue has classified it as a “Unique Garden” and “Unique tree-populated area”, being home to several “Unique Trees”.




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