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El Panteon de Quijano

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El Panteon de Quijano

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6rahamParkes wrote a review Jan 2020
Poole, United Kingdom645 contributions108 helpful votes
Found this urban park while walking around the city and was pleasantly surprised, its well kept and included a number of outdoor fitness equipment which were being used by the locals. A nice spot to stop and take a rest while exploring.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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finglaspete wrote a review Nov 2015
Dublin, Ireland2,561 contributions728 helpful votes
Firstly I have read through the other four reviews of this fine urban park and was amazed how they were mainly from Alicante, and they run it down! All cities have parks like this, the homeless have to go somewhere, if they were on the streets, then everyone sees them, yes they are in this park, you have to agree, it is down to the government to look after them and the park. You can feel a certain animosity from these Alicante citizens to their own vulnerable people. Anyway, less of that, this beautiful park which is situated between the bull ring and the police station on the Plaza de Espana has a fine monument in it dedicated to a former governor of the city, well kept, I sat and had a bottle of water here whilst walking about this fine city, and really enjoyed my time here!
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Date of experience: August 2015
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