Plaza Bolivar, Valencia
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Plaza Bolivar is located in Valencia. Plan to visit Plaza Bolivar during your Valencia vacation using our convenient Valencia itinerary maker.
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una de las plazas bolivar mas bonitas que he visto y a pesar de que es muy concurrida, es relajante a la vezone of the bolivar more beautiful that I have seen and while it is very crowded, it is relaxing at the same timeshow original
The weather is normally great no matter the time of year. The rainy season could de rail you for a few hours in the afternoon but not usually for long, Take those walks see what is out there.
La Plaza Bolívar de Valencia es un parque urbano ubicado en plena zona céntrica en el municipio homónimo de Venezuela. Fue inicialmente inaugurada en 1555 con la fundación de la ciudad, llamándose pos... read more »The Plaza Bolívar in Valencia is an urban park located in central area in the homonymous municipality of Venezuela. It was initially opened in 1555 with the founding of the city, later called Plaza Mayor, then market square and being finally reopened to pay tribute to the liberator Simon Bolivar on June 24, 1889, under the name that is known at present. History square started as a boxing ring encircled with rod in the center of the city, being used at first as a market and slaughterhouse. According to the laws of the Indies, he served as a starting point for the grid that would be set for later constructions that were held in the newly founded localidad.1 in the 17TH century is officially called Plaza Mayor, naming then changes to Mercado2 square by different uses given. Later, with the arrival of the Republican period the country in 1830, becomes known as Plaza Bolívar as many other places in the country seeking to pay tribute to the Liberator. Between 1887 and 1889, Antonio Guzmán Blanco (President of Venezuela) in a decision on the general Assembly Hermogenes lopez3 (President of the Carabobo State), decided to remodel the square, providing it with a monolith of marble with a pedestrian statue in bronze of the Liberator. This work was under the direction of the Architect Antonio Malaussenam, which culminated once consisted of stands, a pedestal of 4.5 metres and a yellow marble column on which stands the statue cast in bronze, pointing it towards the field of Carabobo. The reopening took place on June 24, 1889.show original
David PerezA little carelessshow original
Olivier RodriguezI photographed it when it was inhabited by trees and was very quiet. They now say that they have pruned these trees. A penalty.show original
Deibys David Escalante RodriguezVery carelessshow original
Luis GarcesThere was a smart Mayor (later prisoner by corrupt) who ordered the cutting of trees that provide shade to visitors and own wild animals: Iguenas, squirrels, pigeons etc. placed granite floor and once applied wax. All with the pretext of embellish this site historic and emblematic of the great Valenciashow original
Jesus lealPlace accurateshow original
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