Parque Tangamanga

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Parque Tangamanga I and II are public parks in the city of San Luis Potosí.

History[edit]

Parque Tangamanga I was inaugurated in 1983 in the former Hacienda La Tenería. The Parque Tangamanga II was the old airport of the city, and turned into a park in 1985.

Parque Tangamanga I[edit]

After Bosque de Chapultepec is the second largest urban park in Mexico. The park has 411 ha of area. The park is located in the south of city.

Facilities[edit]

  • Ecomuseo and Restaurant (In the former "casco" —main house— of the "La Tenería Hacienda")
  • Sporting facilities (Soccer, Baseball, SoftBall, Football, Basketball, Tennis, Motocross, Bicicross, Archery, Scale planes aerodrome, Gym, Jogging)
  • Carlos Amador Movie-Theatre
  • "Splash" Watering PLace
  • Planetarium (Clausurado)
  • Teatro de la Ciudad (City Theatre)
  • "El Laberinto" Interactive Museum

Parque Tangamanga II[edit]

Parque Tangamanga II is located in the north of the city.

Facilities[edit]

Canal 9[edit]

Since 2002 the local channel 9 is in the park.[1]

Autódromo San Luis 400[edit]

Autódromo San Luis 400
Location San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Time zone GMT-6
Grand Prix Circuit
Surface Asphalt
Length 2.3 km (1.44 mi)
Layout of San Luis 400

The Autódromo is a permanent circuit. The raceway is located in the old airport runway. The track is 2.3 km long. The track was venue for many national categories, and currently is venue for Copa Pirelli, LATAM Challenge Series, Super Copa Telcel, CARreras.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Acerca de nosotros". Canal 9. Archived from the original on May 19, 2011. Retrieved May 16, 2011. 
  • Guía de la Ciudad de San Luis Potosí –Rafael Montejano y Aguiñaga
  • Breve Historia de la Ciudad de San Luis Potosí –Arnoldo Kaiser Schlittler