The park "Los Caobos" is a park located in the capital of Venezuela "Caracas". It was built during the government of General Marco Perez Jimenes, being a very large park with a variety of trees and interesting and artistic sculptures is the second most famous park in the capital.
This is the golden African elephant:
This sculpture was a donation from the Italian company Trend Ground, one of the most important architectural industries in the world.
It is an eye-catching life-size pachyderm.
It has a metallic structure combined with fiber and resin. The exterior is made of a colorful golden glass mosaic that shines interestingly in the sunlight.
This is "The Thinking Man":
The sculptor James Mathisson was born in caracas in 1966, and he elaborated this work that represents a human head in a lying position, which is hollow and has an expression of concern.
these sculptures symbolize the personification of venezuelan landscapes.
This figure represents the orinoco river. It is illustrated as the mother goddess of the rivers. Her left arm is raised to touch with her hand the hair that makes the shape of the water edges. The sculpture is located in the northern part of the park.
This male figure represents the plains. In his right hand he holds a horn to protect himself from danger and in his left hand he holds a rope to tie up the cattle.
The Waraira repano: Represented by a woman with soft sweetness and majesty that symbolizes the capital matron.
This figure represents the Venezuelan Andes. It is illustrated with a male figure, it highlights the serenity and tranquility of the mountains in the calm power of the mountain range.
The Caribbean: In the form of a woman holding a mane in her hands. On her right side under her raised leg, there is a sense of water returning to the sea.