“Los Lagartos,” a fiberglass sculpture created by famed El Paso artist Luis Jiménez in 1993, immortalizes the live alligators that once lived in a pond at what was known as the Plaza de los Largartos in the 1950s. The artwork of the four life-sized alligators remains the centerpiece – and masterpiece – of San Jacinto Plaza in Downtown. San Jacinto Plaza, 114 W. Mills; 915-534-0600, visitelpaso.com/places/plaza-de-los-lagartos
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