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Located right in the middle of the bustling city, Paco Park is a tranquil haven and one of the most magnificent places to visit.
Designed by Nicolas Ruiz, Paco is perhaps the oldest cemetery in the country. The park comprises two circular walls possessing three points of niches that were used as tombs. There is also a walkway on top of the walls.
The park also boasts of plants, frangipani trees and century old acacias. A large fountain in the middle of the park also catches one’s attention.
In 1966 the park was transformed into a National Park. Gradually, the park’s grandeur was restored and it has remained a public park. The location is the best for people who would love to spend some quiet and good times with a loved one.