Castelar Park
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Castelar Park
Castelar Park

Castelar Park (Parque de Castelar) is located in Badajoz, in Extremadura, Spain. Situated south of Guadiana River,[1] its features include tall palm trees and a central pond, frequented by ducks and pigeons; peacocks wander around the park. There are monuments dedicated to the romanticist writer Carolina Coronado, who lived in Badajoz, and to Luis Chamizo Trigueros,[2] who was born in Guareña. Although Castelar remained neglected for many years, it was renovated during the tenure of Mayor Miguel Angel Celdran Matute (1996-present), making it a venue for fairs, exhibitions, entertainment and leisure. Parque Infantil (Playground) is located across the street.


  1. ^ Simonis, Damien (15 September 2010). Lonely Planet Spain. Lonely Planet. pp. 858-. ISBN 978-1-74220-379-9.
  2. ^ Carvajal, Antonio Salguero (2001). Gévora: estudio de una revista poética de Extremadura (in Spanish). Diputación Provincial de Badajoz. p. 21.

Coordinates: 38°52?41?N 6°58?37?W / 38.87806°N 6.97694°W / 38.87806; -6.97694

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