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Plaza 9 de Julio, Posadas

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Spend some time at Plaza 9 de Julio, a vibrant square located at the heart of town and a thriving epicenter of activity and nature. A big draw for tourists as well as budding botanists, the plaza boasts an abudance of vegetation, including palms, pines, jacarandas, and flower beds teeming with roses, begonias, and orchids. Starting as a cemetery when the city was founded in the 1600s, the site became a town square in 1871. Take something to read with you and grab a snack or drink from one of the surrounding kiosks before winding down for a while. Arrange your visit to Plaza 9 de Julio and discover more family-friendly attractions in Posadas using our Posadas trip generator.
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  • It is not a commonplace or a common plaza! There is always something! Someone dancing, someone protest, someone camping, someone asks, someone gives, someone takes mate sitting on any edges, someone walking... so many things happen all together that is incredible. Look... look... no doubt... all a show!
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  • Following the Spanish tradition of the plaza central, the site gathers the inhabitants in the late afternoons. There are cafes and restaurants around to enjoy the movement.
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  • Posadas has beauties that are super cute, whenever I travel to posadas, spend by the plaza 9 de julio a beautiful place lately transformed into camping and swimming pool public campers making claims. Hurts to let them show the miseries and the Ombudsman and the inaction of the Government make all deteriorate.
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