THE BASILICA OF OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
WORLD PEACE ROSE GARDEN
Mexico City, Mexico (1988)

Theme: Friendship between Mexico and the United States

 


Location: the Basilica is centrally located in Mexico City
Plaza de las Américas, Núm. 1, Col. Villa de Guadalupe. México D.F, C.P. 07050 
Hours: Monday-Sunday, 6 a.m. – 9 p.m.
 


Garden Description:
There are two rose gardens at this site. One is oval-shaped and contains over 160 multi-colored roses, with taller roses in the center to signify prayerful hands. It is close to the chapel that covers the now famous spot where a spontaneous water stream began after the appearance of Our Lady.

The other is on a tiered slope and greets visitors as one ascends the steps up the Tapeyac hill from the Basilica. There is a statue of the bishop and Juan Diego in the garden. The garden has approximately 115 roses in a variety of colors and fragrances.

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