Jardins del príncep, Tortosa

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  • The Jardin is the site of an 19th cent spa; the old mineral spa is now accessible again- it used to be a popular spot for locals as well as wealthy people from Barcelona. The sculpture collection of S...  more »
  • A short walk down and up from the Paradore, is the princip gardens with their classic statues and well manicured lawns. Great views over the town also.  more »
  • The plant life isn't labelled, there is no shade on a hot day and the sculptures grew very repetitive after you had seen about 7 of the 19 there were. It's pretty to stroll around on a cooler day, but...  more »
  • The wonderful 48 sculptures acquire life when you are looking at them. Covers an entire panoramic throughout history, with the title "man, his motivation and his destiny" '. We can see the representations of primitive man, and also the achievement of certain moments, rebel punished by the gods, the tragedy of Hiroshima and, even, the symbolic representation of the conquest of space. A place worth to be visited!.!
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  • Small garden with nice images there is also the possibility of omwallings a part of the old wall of the city.
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  • Visit indispensable if you spend by Tortosa.
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  • A place with history but one for the neglected, need more maintenance
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  • Good as a diferenre garden, the entrance is worth $ 3. But having fun taking pictures and visiting the castle walls.
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