Parque Sarmiento is a suburban park located in Cordoba, Argentina. With 43 acres, it is the largest park in the city. Designed by Charles Thays, the park was built in memory of former President Domingo Sarmiento. It has become a gathering place for Cordoba's high society and locals.
The park is open daily to the public. It contains attractions such as a rose garden and the Bicentennial Lighthouse. In addition, it provides various sporting and recreational facilities such as swimming pools, soccer fields, bike tracks, basketball courts, picnic areas and tennis courts. There are also nearby city attractions such as the Provincial Museum of Fine Arts, a natatorium, an amphitheater and a zoo.Places nearby:
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