Dating from the second century BCE, this small Egyptian temple covered in fascinating drawings, hieroglyphics, and religious ... More
Templo de Debod
Dating from the second century BCE, this small Egyptian temple covered in fascinating drawings, hieroglyphics, and religious inscriptions was a gift from the Egyptian government to Spain in 1970 in recognition of Spain's assistance in saving historical remains during the construction of the Aswan Dam. It is located in a peaceful and pleasant park, but visitors are advised not to come here after dark.
The baroque shrine's holding images of San Isidro and Santa María de la Cabeza make this nine arched bridge over
the River Manzanares the most attractive in Madrid. It's closed to traffic so you can enjoy walking over it ...
Madrid's Italian church celebrates mass in Italian if a large enough group of native speakers requests it. The building has
a perfectly preserved 12th century mudejar tower with lobe and horseshoe arches that was the minaret of a mosque ...
Built of granite, glass and metal, the angle at which these towers lean is simply spectacular. They're 27 stories high
and a shining example of how dynamic and modern Madrid has become. Their official name is Puerta de Europa ...