The end of Avenida San Sebastian, in Primo de Rivera Park, is cut off by a waterfall which flows down a long flight of steps. Above this stands the monument to Alfonso I, King of Aragón. There, in the middle of the pond, accompanied by a lion, (the symbol of the city) the city's reconqueror stands proudly on a pedestal which is made to look like battlements. The statue is 6.5 metres high and made out of Carrara marble; it was built in 1925.
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