Madrid Images

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Madrid, Spain
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Palacio de Cristal del Retiro (Source)
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Parterre del Retiro, built in 1746 of French design, during the reign of Philip V of Spain. In this garden is the oldest tree of Madrid. (Source)
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Casa de Campo park (Source)
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Royal Palace of Madrid, built in 1764. (Source)
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Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid, established in 1755. (Source)
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Parque de El Capricho completed in 1815 (Source)
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Puerta del Sol located in the center of Madrid. (Source)
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Headquarters of the Bank of Spain, Madrid. (Source)
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Vallecas, known for being a district of popular class and of high number of inmigrants. (Source)
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Prado Museum (Source)
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Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Source)
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Royal Armoury of Madrid, located in the Royal Palace of Madrid (Source)
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National Museum of Natural Sciences (Source)
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CaixaForum Madrid (Source)
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Fine arts circle (Source)
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Museum of the history of Madrid (Source)
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Plaza Mayor de Madrid (main square), although it was built in the 1619, it has been rebuilt considerably over the centuries (Source)
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Madrid de los Austrias. It is the part of madrid where there most buildings of the Habsburg-period. (Source)
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Colegiata de San Isidro (Source)
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Almudena Cathedral is the current cathedral. (Source)
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Cervantes Institute headquarters (Source)
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Nightlife in Centro District (Source)
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Callao Square at night (Source)
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National Auditorium of Music (Source)
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Las Ventas bullring (Source)
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Palacio de Deportes (Source)
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A type 2000 Metro train (Source)
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AVE at Madrid Atocha Station (Source)
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A bypass in the north of Madrid (Source)
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Madrid M-30 bypass (Source)
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Madrid public transport system map (Metro, cercanias and light metro) (Source)
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Madrid Metro Train (Source)
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Logo Metro (Source)
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Chueca neighbourhood station (Source)
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Cercanias Train Madrid (Source)
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Light Metro (Source)
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Taxis of Madrid (Source)
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Section of Muslim Walls of Madrid. For a list of all the walls, see: Walls of Madrid (Source)
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View of Madrid from the west, facing the Puerta de la Vega. Drawing by Anton van den Wyngaerde, 1562. (Source)
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Philip II of Spain installed the court from Toledo to Madrid on 12 February, 1561. (Source)
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16th-century Plaza de la Villa square with its Habsburg-period buildings, It is also located there the former City hall. (Source)
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People seek refuge in the metro during the unsuccessful Francoist bombings (1936-1937) over Republican Madrid, Spanish Civil War. (Source)
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Cuatro Torres Business Area (Source)
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Paseo de la Castellana (Source)
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Palacio de Cibeles is the seat of the City Council of Madrid. (Source)
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Royal Post Office is the seat of the presidency of the Community of Madrid. (Source)
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Madrid submetropolitan areas (Source)
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