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Tierno Galvan Park
Madrid

Parque Tierno Galvan Madrid

El Parque de Enrique Tierno Galván está situado en el sureste de la ciudad de Madrid (España). Con 45 hectáreas, es uno de los de mayor superficie de la ciudad. Fue comenzado a construir en 1986, durante el mandato del alcalde que le da nombre y a quien se le dedicaría tras su fallecimiento. Además de una plaza a él dedicada, con una estatua, también acoge en su recinto el planetario de la ciudad, un auditorio al aire libre y un cine de sistema IMAX.

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parque_de_Enrique_Tierno_Galván

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