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Bicentenario Park | Chiapas Mx

Parque Bicentenario, is located 13 streets from the central park of the city, from there you can see the pre-Hispanic style monument imitating the pyramidal bases of Mesoamerican ruins, it represents the annexation of Chiapas to Mexico in 1824. The construction work began on 18 December of 1941, the first symbolic stone was placed on September 14 of the same year to commemorate the 117th anniversary of the annexation of Chiapas.


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How to get

How to get there by public transport:
The park is on the central avenue between the streets 9 and 8 Poniente Norte, The public transport truck called “Conejo Bus” transits on the central avenue, through this you can reach the park.
If you are far from the central avenue that runs through the city from East to West, you only have to take a combi (collective transport) that will take you to the central avenue.

 

How to get there by car:
The central avenue runs through the city from East to West, leads on this towards the center of the city, thirteen streets of the central park will be the Bicentennial Park, located on “Central Avenue between 12th Street and 14 West Poniente”.
Near the park you can park in nearby streets or in private parking lots for a small fee per hour.

About of

Destination / attraction
Bicentennial Park
Country
Mexico
State
Chiapas
Municipality
Tuxtla Gutierrez

 

Description
In the park you will find various desserts, food and children’s games.
Its name is due to the celebration of the 200 years of independence of Mexico, its name before was “Parque Morelos”.

The park is located 13 streets from the central park of the city, from there you can see the pre-Hispanic style monument imitating the pyramidal bases of Mesoamerican ruins, which represents the annexation of Chiapas to Mexico in 1824.

 

History
The construction work began on December 18, 1941, the first symbolic stone was placed on September 14 of the same year to commemorate the 117th anniversary of the annexation of Chiapas.

Prices for tickets, activities and transportation may vary over time.

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