Parque Tres de Febrero is a spacious oasis of scenery and relaxation. Within nearly 1,000 acres are lakes, gardens, sculptures, museums, an island (La Isla) and a Greek footbridge (often called Lover’s Bridge) … all nestled in a tree-lined setting. Families enjoy paddling around this 8.5 acre Lake Rosedal. The grounds are equally popular among strollers, joggers and bicyclists. The name February 3 Park stems from the day in 1852 when Juan Manuel de Rosas’s dictatorship ended as governor of Buenos Aires Province. This municipal park was part of his extensive property.