The Ministry of Public Works (MOP) has embarked on a green transformation at the iconic Salvador del Mundo Plaza, with the recent planting of four Madagascar almond trees. These towering trees, measuring between 8 and 10 meters in height, mark the beginning of a rejuvenation project that aims to breathe new life into the beloved public space.
“The trees we are planting at Salvador del Mundo Plaza will reach heights of eight to ten meters,” stated the MOP. This endeavor demonstrates a commitment to enhancing the aesthetics and environmental quality of the plaza.
MOP teams meticulously prepared 1.25 by 1.25-meter trenches to accommodate the new trees, ensuring their successful integration into the plaza’s landscape. This meticulous planning showcases the dedication to preserving the existing beauty of the square while introducing rejuvenating elements.
The revitalization of Salvador del Mundo Plaza is just one of over ten ongoing public works projects undertaken by the MOP, all working concurrently to stimulate economic growth in the region. Apart from the tree planting, the teams are actively engaged in constructing perimeter walkways, establishing a water feature, and incorporating additional greenery into the plaza’s design.
“We are breathing new life into Salvador del Mundo Plaza. We will be planting trees ranging from six to eight meters in height, approximately. Additionally, we will illuminate the plaza and improve the pedestrian walkways,” said Romeo Rodríguez, the Minister of Public Works.
This ambitious project not only promises to rejuvenate one of the city’s most cherished public spaces but also underscores the government’s commitment to enhancing the urban environment and fostering economic development. Salvador del Mundo Plaza is set to become a green oasis in the heart of the city, offering both locals and visitors a serene and beautiful escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. As the project continues to unfold, the plaza’s transformation will undoubtedly be a source of pride for the community and a testament to the power of thoughtful urban planning and environmental stewardship.