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  2. Los Caobos Park - Wikipedia

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    The Caobos Park is one of the oldest parks of Caracas, Venezuela. Located near the Museum of Fine Arts , the Science Museum , the National Art Gallery , the National Experimental University of the Arts (formerly Caracas Athenaeum ), the Teresa Carreño Cultural Complex and the Boulevard Amador Bendayan .

  3. Parque Los Caobos (Caracas) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

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    The starting point of the 42k CAF Marathon in Caracas is the main park of Los Caobos. It's a beautiful park with amazing works of art from Venezuelan artists. Has incredible masterpieces from our best venezuelan heritage artists. The park is well preserved and can be visited safely during the marathon week. It's a really must if you can visit.

  4. Los Caobos Park | Caracas from the valley to the sea

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    The 40-hectare Los Caobos Park is one of Caracas’ oldest urban forests. Opened in 1920 as Parque Sucre, on the lands of hacienda La Industrial, it only had a path where those going to Sabana Grande ventured. In 1937, the City Council changed its name to the current one. At that time the city had 300,000 inhabitants.

  5. PARQUE LOS CAOBOS (Caracas) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

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    Parque Los Caobos. A great place for relaxing, walking or jogging, this park, one of the city’s oldest, houses 100-year-old trees and a wonderful century-old fountain with bronze sculptures. Suggest edits to improve what we show. just make sure to not appeal like a stranger, otherwise, youll be in danger.

  6. Parque Los Caobos (Caracas): All You Need to ... - Tripadvisor

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    The starting point of the 42k CAF Marathon in Caracas is the main park of Los Caobos. It's a beautiful park with amazing works of art from Venezuelan artists. Has incredible masterpieces from our best venezuelan heritage artists. The park is well preserved and can be visited safely during the marathon week. It's a really must if you can visit.

  7. Los Caobos Park - Wikiwand

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    The Caobos Park is one of the oldest parks of Caracas, Venezuela.[1] Located near the Museum of Fine Arts, the Science Museum, the National Art Gallery, the National Experimental University of the Arts , the Teresa Carreño Cultural Complex and the Boulevard Amador Bendayan.

  8. Los Caobos Park 4.1 21 Votes Currently Open Address: Caracas 1050, Capital District, Venezuela Map Timings: 05:30 am - 07:00 pm Details Tags: Park, Family And Kids Los Caobos Park, Caracas Contribute/Review Ask a Question The Los Caobos Park near the Museum of Fine arts is among the oldest of the parks in the city of Caracas.

  9. Good for relax on a lazy sunday - Review of Parque Los Caobos ...

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    The starting point of the 42k CAF Marathon in Caracas is the main park of Los Caobos. It's a beautiful park with amazing works of art from Venezuelan artists. Has incredible masterpieces from our best venezuelan heritage artists. The park is well preserved and can be visited safely during the marathon week. It's a really must if you can visit.

  10. Caracas' Parks - Venezuela Tuya

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    The Park "Los Caobos" outstands for the beauty of its trees and the fountain Venezuela Botanic Garden Located south of the preceding park, the "Jardin Botanico" belongs to Venezuela's central University. There you can see different vegetal species. It is an excellent place to enjoy a walk while you learn some botanic.

  11. Parque Los Caobos, Caracas | cityseeker

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    Parque Los Caobos. One of the oldest parks in the city, Los Caobos is a serene expanse famous for its ancient trees. Inaugurated in the year 1920, it was initially named after Venezuelan National Hero Antonio Jose de Sucre. However, the presence of mahogany trees from colonial era earned it the name Los Caobos.