In this small farming village located in the Ribera de Navarra, known as the village of widows, you can find this public park of 6,000 square metres
, structured into different rest areas, built thanks to public initiatives and partly financed by local subscriptions. Large modern sculptures made by famous sculptors have been placed there to pay homage to the victims in Navarre during the Spanish Civil War in 1936.
Near the entrance and acting as a monumental gate is the "Puerta del Abrazo" (Atariaren beasarkada), created by José Ramón Anda
. From this point there is a path that takes you to a circular plaza where you can see the works of Néstor Basterretxea
and José Ulibarrena
, as well as life size statues of the Madrid artist, Rodrigo Romero. In the writers' corner there are several iron panels with texts engraved and signed by writers such as Bernardo Atxaga
and José María Jimeno Jurío
, amongst others. A 7 metre long wall with the names of the victims completes the artistic heritage of this fascinating green space.