The two hundred-year-old ficus´ found in the Hospital de Mora Square and in the Alameda Apodaca, ……

… appears that they were brought by two missionary nuns who were returning by boat from India to the north of Spain, and amongst their luggage were four plants. One of nuns became seriously ill, so they decided to disembark in Cadiz to be treated at the Hospital de Mora, dying shortly afterwards. Therefore, it was decided that the plants should stay there, planting two of them in front of the Hospital de Mora and two others in the Alameda Apodaca in 1903.

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