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    carrer de Mallorca, 403

    Gaudí began this utterly surreal temple in 1882, and it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was originally intended to be a modest, neo-Gothic church, but it has ...

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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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    La Rambla

    This is a series of streets joined together one after the other, that lead from Plaça Catalunya to the sea. The word rambla comes from the Arabic term, ramla, which means a ...

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    Pabellón de España

    A spectacular theme park that recreates the great age of discoveries and Spain's adventures in South America during the 15th and 16th centuries. You can explore the Amazon, travel the ...

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    Entrada Alqueria del Sabater, 8

    The first of its kind in Spain, this totally white futuristic cityscape made up of enormous modern buildings is the work of famous local architect Santiago Calatrava. You'll find it in the Túria River ...

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    carrer de Provença, 261

    Antoni Gaudí, the architect who built this jewel of Catalan modernism, wanted the facade to reflect his romantic and anti-classical ideas about design. It was built for the ...

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    avenida Isabel la Católica

    A magnificent semi-circular square that has become a symbol of the city. Along with the adjacent building it was designed by Aníbal González for Seville's 1929 Ibero ...

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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 ...