One of the first plazas I ever saw in Guadalajara, some 30 years ago, it has changed little in appearance. I know that new trees have been planted to replace the large older ones that were getting just too big for this plaza-and new lighting that shines up from the sidewalks onto the historical buildings surrounding it have been added. But the two large fountains at each end still remain the same. Benches surround the entire plaza that faces the teatro delgeado and the cathedral on the other side. It is still fun just to sit and watch many people passing by or the many free concerts held there at any given day. This is a very family oriented plaza, so watch out for the little ones!
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