The Plaza de la Villa, located in the historic centre of the city of Madrid, is situated next to the main street. Three small streets originated from it that corresponded to the medieval layout of the city. There are buildings of great historical value built around its main facades. The oldest among them is the House and Tower Lujanes.
One of the oldest plazas in Madrid, the Plaza de la Villa is a small plaza which is bounded by some of the best historically important monuments in this city. The plaza was constructed during the Austrian Hapsburg Dynasty which led to this name. Though it is smaller than all its neighboring plazas, it has the most charm in itself. The plaza is surrounded on three sides by the 15th century Torre de los Lujanes, Ayuntamiento and the Casa de Cisneros, while the fourth side opens to Calle Mayor. Nowadays, it has a large ornamental garden surrounding it.
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