Miraflores Park

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Miraflores Park
also known as Havana Square
Size 2.47 acres
Operated by City of Pensacola
Location 17th Avenue and la Rua Street
One block westerly and one block southerly
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Miraflores Park is a 2.5-acre square/city park located in East Hill, at the southwest corner of 17th Avenue and la Rua Street. The park contains playground equipment, landscaping, and a historic building. Historically known as Havana Square, the park was renamed in honour of Pensacola's sister city, Miraflores, Lima, Peru.

The park contains a monument to Peruvian author Ricardo Palma.

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