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"Picturesque Park with Centenary Trees"

One of the oldest parks in the city, Los Caobos is a serene expanse famous for its ancient trees. Inaugurated in the year 1920, it was initially named after Venezuelan National Hero Antonio Jose de Sucre. However, the presence of mahogany trees from colonial era earned it the name Los Caobos. This park is an addition to an area where the most important cultural complexes of the city are located, such as the Fine Arts and Science Museums, the National Art Gallery and the Teresa Carreño Cultural Complex. From a sculpture of Venezuelan novelist Teresa de la Parra to dinosaurs, the park houses some of the most exquisite structures including the Fountain Venezuela. A playground replete with slides and swings is perfect for toddlers to frolic around. Despite the boisterousness of the city and its many cultural events, Los Caobos exudes a sense of peace and serenity to all who visit.
Plaza de los Museos, Urbanización Los Caobos, Caracas, Venezuela, 1050
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"Picturesque Park with Centenary Trees"
One of the oldest parks in the city, Los Caobos is a serene expanse famous for its ancient trees. Inaugurated in the year 1920, it was initially named after Venezuelan National Hero Antonio Jose de Sucre. However, the presence of mahogany trees from colonial era earned it the name Los Caobos. This park is an addition to an area where the most important cultural complexes of the city are located, such as the Fine Arts and Science Museums, the National Art Gallery and the Teresa Carreño Cultural Complex. From a sculpture of Venezuelan novelist Teresa de la Parra to dinosaurs, the park houses some of the most exquisite structures including the Fountain Venezuela. A playground replete with slides and swings is perfect for toddlers to frolic around. Despite the boisterousness of the city and its many cultural events, Los Caobos exudes a sense of peace and serenity to all who visit.
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