This hilltop monument honors the native hero who resisted the Spanish before brokering peace.
Cerro Lambare is named in honor of Chief Lambare, the leader of the Guaraní community, who entrenched themselves on this hilltop against the invading Spaniards. When the natives were worn down to the point they could no longer hold off the Spanish, Chief Lambare negotiated with them for peace. The huge hilltop monument remembers the bravery of this local hero and the peace he brokered, and offers panoramic views over Asuncion, the Paraguay River, and the lands he sought to defend.
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