Calle 26 de Julio: A paradise in 3D

The three-dimensional street is a novelty in Moca. Plaza 26 de Julio is its epicenter. Step by step, dozens of people come from different parts of the country to take pictures of Mocha landscapes that seem real when taken from a simple cell phone.

Calle 26 de Julio leads to the square built in honor of the heroes who executed the dictator Ulises Heureaux (Lilís) on that road in 1899.

Tourism, history, education, fine arts and novelty come together in this unique proposal in the Caribbean region.

The three-dimensional street is unfolded in 60 meters, in which a landscape with waterfalls and two spheres with the famous faceless mocan dolls stand out and the other with all the municipalities, museums, churches and other attractions.

The architect of the entire work was Juan Alberto Tejada (Iki). It is the first work to be achieved in 3D on pavement in the country, and that the general concept is to highlight the history, art, culture and even the gastronomy of the Espaillat province.

In some of the lines you can see a paper plane, as well as the emblematic Corazón de Jesús church.

In the pedestrian path, the naked eye can see a large landscape painting that with a cell phone acquires a three-dimensional shape.

The author of the landscapes was Julio Tejada, a painter since he was a child who works as a teacher in Fine Arts. Painters Marcos Guzmán and Juan Camacho also collaborated.