The place gets its name from a couple of statues that grace the park.
There is also a large monument to Revolution hero Pancho Villa.
It is a very pleasant park, and on a Saturday afternoon there were a lot of families there.
There were a lot of vendors...
… and a lot of activities for the children.
Toy cars to rent
A very nice playground
There was even a section of kiddie rides.
As pleasant as the park is, there was another reason why we came here. That afternoon there was a charity concert organized by various organizations of exiled Venezuelans. They were raising money to feed malnourished children in that beleaguered nation.
There were volunteers collecting money.
Alejandro and I both made donations and received stickers to wear on our chest and ribbons for our wrist.
The concert was held on the stage of a pavilion in the park.
The musical groups were mostly comprised of Venezuelans living in Mexico.
Probably about half of the audience was made up of Venezuelan exiles. I was probably the only "gringo" in the crowd. The concert lasted from 2:00 until 9:00 in the evening. Obviously we did not stay for the entire event. We listened to a couple acts, then strolled again through the park, and then returned to the apartment.