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Considered as the icon of the city, the historical water tank in San Luis Potosi is a neoclassical monument. It was designed by the painter and engraver Jose Guerrero. This water tank was built to supply water from the Sierra de San Miguelito Spring. Water Tank is well-preserved and ornate and is positioned in midst of a lush park-like area just across the street from Jardin Colon. There are bronze statues of water boys at this water tank.
Tangamanga I Park
One of the largest urban parks in the country, Tangamanga I Park was inaugurated in 1985. It is now an important lung of the city. Visitors can go to this park for exercise, for relaxation, or to do some cultural activities. Tangamanga I Park has a number of sections including sections for sports fields, playgrounds, and recreational areas. In addition, the park also offers visitors to enjoy museums and outdoor shows.
Located in the Tangamanga I Park, Laberinto Museum is dedicated to the promotion of art, science, and technology. The small themed rooms of the museum feature a number of interactive exhibits making visitors know about developments in science and technology. Laberinto Museum also has a room for temporary exhibits of art works of international fame.
San Luis Potosi was established around the Founders Square in 1592. The steps of the creation of this city left imposing monuments, which visitors can explore while visiting the historic downtown. Some of these buildings are illuminated at night offering a captivating show. Some of the worth-visiting attractions of the historic downtown include the garden of San Francisco, the Cathedral, the Loretto Chapel, the Templo del Carmen, and the House of the Viceroy.