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Alameda Central, Mexico City

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Contact: +52 55 5278 4200(Tourist Information)
Open Hours: Open 24 hrs
A pleasant respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, this charming green park has sparkling fountains, shady trees, and interesting sculptures such as 'Malgre Tout' and 'Despoire', by Jesús Contreras. The park also has a monument dedicated to Beethoven in commemoration of the centenary of the Ninth Symphony, which was donated by the German community. This recreation space for the local populace was created in 1592 and few city parks guard such hidden history in its landscape, such as being the former site of the Inquisition's burning of heretics. A typical Mexican Sunday can be enjoyed at the Alameda Central, which often has live music, along with markets and food stalls.