Parque Batlle (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpaɾke ˈβaʃe]), formerly Parque de los Aliados (Allied Park), is a barrio (neighbourhood or district) and a major public central park in Montevideo, Uruguay. It is named in honour of José Batlle y Ordóñez, President of Uruguay from 1903-1907 and 1911–1915.
The barrio is located south of Italia Avenue and north of Rivera Avenue and includes the districts Belgrano, Italiano, Villa Dolores and the park area. It borders the barrios Tres Cruces to the west and north, La Blanqueada and Unión to the north, Buceo to the east and Pocitos to the south.
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Cont Eco | Jul 3, 2017
A traditional sculpture at Batlle's Park. A poimt of meeting for tourist. It is a pitty there is no official souvenir office there. Nowadays good refactions has been made.
Matt | Jun 18, 2018
Otis DuPont | Jul 11, 2016
great statue work here.
Nacho Everywhere | Mar 22, 2017
Saullo G. P. Castro | Dec 2, 2016
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