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    calle de Ruiz de Alarcon, 23

    Considered an important landmark from Madrid's rich art history, the Museo Nacional del Prado exhibits paintings by Goya, Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán, El Greco, Ribera ...

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    calle de Bailén

    This former royal residence houses a fantastic collection of paintings (Velázquez, Caravaggio and Goya), sculptures, furniture, tapestries, glassware, gold and silverware ...

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    Plaza Mayor

    There are many ways to spend your time and money at this attractive central square: stroll around and admire the architecture and the murals or even buy an original watercolor from one of the many pavement ...

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    Calle Mayor & Plaza Puerta del Sol

    Sun Gate (Puerta del Sol) is the most popular and commercial area in the old town. Five hundred years ago it was just another city gate with an image of the sun drawn on it, hence its name ...

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    plaza de Cibeles

    This is another majestic work of art commissioned by King Carlos III to ennoble the city. This time his architects chose to create an image in white stone of the goddess Cibeles ...

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    plaza de Castilla

    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 ...

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    plaza de la Independencia

    It's known as the "lungs of Madrid," and few cities can boast such a large park (118 hectares, or 291.5 acres) in such a central location. There's a large boating lake and the ...

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    avenida de Concha Espina, 1

    Founded in 1902, the club's teams had to play in a variety of venues throughout the city until this stadium, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, was built in 1947. It holds ...

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    paseo del Prado, 8

    The Thyssen-Bornemisza family collected what became one of the world's finest private art collections over a number of generations. The Spanish state ...

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    calle de Columela, 3

    Abstract painting, sculpture and photography are its trademark. However, you'll also see some exhibitions of minimalist and conceptual art. The gallery promotes the work of young contemporary ...