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Places to visit Plaza Guadalajara Guadalajara, Jalisco
Av. 16 de Septiembre entre Hidalgo y Moreno, Zona Centro
There is a place of Guadalajara that is known by three names: Plaza de los Laureles, Plaza del Ayuntamiento or Plaza Guadalajara. This place was built in the middle of the fifties.
The project of this plaza began with the idea of an underground parking that had a nice esplanade on the surface. In the center is a great fountain that commemorates the founding of the city who also holds the shield of the city and is shaped like half-pearl, as Guadalajara is known as "La Perla de Occidente" (The Pearl of the West).
It is located opposite the Cathedral, between the Hidalgo, Morelos and Alcalde streets.
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