"El Caballito - The Old One!" El Caballito Tip by AnnaLupilla

El Caballito, Mexico City: 3 reviews and 1 photos

El Caballito sculpture was created by Enrique Cavajal Gonzalez, an artist from Chihuahua, who actually goes is more famous by his pseudonym Sebastian. It consists of metallic construction with a total height of 20m and a wideness of 10m. It was inaugurated on January 15, 1992 and is built as a reference to the equestrian statue of King Charles IV of Spain by Manuel Tolsa, who from 1852 to 1979 stood at this wide street intersection. Today it is located in front of Museo Nacional de Arte.

Address: Paseo de la Reforma & Rosales

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  • Written Nov 22, 2005
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