Parque Hundido
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From: lobito
Mon Aug 21 23:00:19 -0700 2006
This photo corresponds to El "Parque Hundido" (Down Park) on Insurgentes Avenue

From: Shadrack
Tue Aug 22 01:06:33 -0700 2006
The Luis G. Urbina park in Mexico City, popularly known as the Parque Hundido or Sunken Park, is the perfect place to take a break after a walk down the bustling Insurgentes Sur Avenue. Amid the beautiful flowers, shaded gardens and tall trees, you can also see some of the best examples of pre-Hispanic sculpture, for there are fifty-one reproductions on permanent display. Nearby is the Ciudad de Deportes (Sports City), which includes the 65,000 capacity Azul Stadium, and the Plaza Mexico bullring; the latter, with its capacity of 48,000, is considered to be the largest such arena in the world.


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