Public park offering green areas, sports fields and spaces for outdoor entertainment and relaxation.
It is a large park located in the district of Jesus Maria, in the metropolitan area of Lima. Around it are located important public institutions and sports organizations. The so-called Avenida de La Peruanidad, divides the park between east and west, and is the scene of the Great Military Parade, which takes place on July 29th of each year.
It is located 3.3 km southeast of the main square of Lima, in the district of Jesus Maria.
The attractions of the place are:
This monument represents the defenders of the homeland in the Peruvian-Ecuadorian War of 1941.
Made in homage to the mother, by the Municipality of Jesús María, the work made in bronze and granite represents a woman with two children, one in her arms and the other squatting around her in an attitude of asking her to raise him in her arms.
In this mural, the most characteristic features of each Department are captured, with the sole purpose of leaving an impression of John Paul II's apostolic visit to Peru from February 1 to 5, 1985.
Made in memory of the Promoter of Peruvian Aviation, who flew over the Swiss Alps in a heroic feat that would cost him his life, it is considered among the precursors of international aviation.
Planted by the then President of the Republic Augusto B. Leguía and a delegation of the Venezuelan Republic, on December 9, 1924 in the first block of 28 de Julio Avenue, was held on the occasion of the centenary of the Battle of Ayacucho.
The work belongs to the Peruvian sculptor Carlos Huertas and was inaugurated on April 24, 1932.
On the east side, there is a monument (in the form of a monolith) to the victims of internal violence suffered by terrorism in Peru during the 1980s and 2000s.
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