Madrid, Spain

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25 beautiful photos that will make you want to visit Madrid, Spain: Madrid vintage view at sunset

THE WHITE TOWER BUILDING, MADRID SPAIN | Real WoWz

The White Tower Building, Madrid, Spain The Torre Blancas is an architectural icon of the Spanish Organicism movement. Designed by Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza and completed in this exposed concrete tower rises 71 meters above the Madrid skyline.

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Formal Gardens at the Royal Palace, located in Madrid Spain. The Palacio Real de Madrid is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. However, the Palace is only used for State Ceremonies.

Estatua oso y el madroño by Turismo Madrid. ¿por qué no haces turismo en moto y te evitas los atascos? www.motoandgo.es

Estatua oso y el madroño, Madrid. // Statue "el oso y el madroño" in the center of Madrid (Puerta del Sol), landmark of the city and meeting point for tourists and locals too.

Puerta del Sol - The Central Plaza of Madrid. Streets radiate from it in all directions, to all parts of the city.

Madrid, Spain: Puerta del sol square at night! Wil je Spaans leren in Madrid?

Mercado De San Miguel, Madrid- Built in 1913, it’s an indoor market area easily identified by its ornate iron posts and galleria. The very best of Spanish produce is on sale here so wander the antique stalls drinking in the atmosphere created by the Madrilenos shopping for dried ham, spicy sausage, fine sherries and delicious baked goods.

Mercado De San Miguel, Madrid- Built in it’s an indoor market area easily identified by its ornate iron posts and galleria. The very best of Spanish produce is sold here!

Den smukke Plaza de España i Madrid. Don Quijote og Sancho Panza rider stolt derudaf, med deres skaber. Cervantes i baggrunden.

Den smukke Plaza de España i Madrid. Don Quijote og Sancho Panza rider stolt derudaf, med deres skaber Cervantes i baggrunden.

Crystal Palace.

PalacIo de Cristal, Madrid - Spain - A Reflective Palace Of Rainbows, 2006 The Palacio de Cristal was originally built in the late in Madrid, Spain. In 2006 artist Kimsooja transformed it into this rainbow reflecting palace.

La Torres de Colón de Madrid fueron las primeras torres -y quizás las únicas- del mundo en ser construidas de arriba a abajo, o sea que empezaron la casa por el tejado, lo que prueba que los refranes también admiten excepciones. Foto de 1972

The Torres de Colon in Madrid were the first towers -and perhaps the only ones-the world to be built from top to bottom, so it started the cart before the horse, which proves that the sayings also support exceptions.

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