Jardin Centenario - Mexicocity
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At the very heart of Coyoacan, this is without any question, the most emblematic garden of this borough. At its entrance, there is an engraved double arch from the 16th century, decorated with angels chiseled by indigenous hands. This garden has two iconic fountains, both of them related with Coyoacans name which means 'the place of those who have coyotes'. The most popular one is the 'Coyotes Fountain', which is the current symbol of this beautiful borough.
This public park was inaugurated by Mexico's dictator Porfirio Diaz to celebrate the first centennial of Mexico's independence, that's why it keeps the name of 'Centenario'. All around this park you can find top-quality restaurants and amazing bars. It is definitely the most vibrant hub of the South of Mexico City!
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