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Monumento Andres Guazurari

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mathiewsp wrote a review Nov 2018
Province of Barcelona, Spain6 contributions
A very cool tribute to the men and women who fought for the independence of the country. Also has a nice view onto the Paraguay coastline
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Date of experience: November 2018
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sergioalem wrote a review Sep 2018
Kissimmee, Florida11 contributions1 helpful vote
nice place for a walk or jogg in the river sidewalk, and nice views from Paraguay coastline. Nearby, plenty of restaurants. Whatch out with the prices.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Cherish_Travel wrote a review May 2017
Portland, Oregon151 contributions149 helpful votes
Nice public art piece on the waterfront. Across the street from restaurants and bars. Sad to see the graffiti...
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Date of experience: May 2017
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AwTraveler2015 wrote a review Apr 2017
Grenoble, France3 contributions1 helpful vote
The statue stands in a very nice place to walk and enjoy a summer evening. Furthermore, you can see it from a very near position, which makes the statue more impressive (it is just 15 meters tall, looks way more due to the lack of tall buildings around. So far as I know, its the only statue in South America to represent a native in such magnitude.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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tsmada wrote a review May 2016
Oshawa, Canada342 contributions80 helpful votes
We were in Posadas in 2013 and this great addition to the riverfront was still in the planning stage. It is a wonderful statue of a Guaraní Indian, a great tribute to the indigenous people who have populated this region for thousands of years.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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