The Alcala Door
The Alcala Door (Puerta de Alcala) is a one of the ancient doors of the city of Madrid, Spain. It was the entrance of people coming from France, Aragon, and Catalunia. It is a landmark of the city.
Gran Via From Above
Downtown Madrid, Spain, where the Calle de Alcala meets the Gran Via. These are two of the most famous and busy streets in Madrid.
Plaza Mayor of Madrid
The Plaza Mayor of Madrid, Spain, is the central historic square of the city.
La Puerta del Sol from Above
The Puerta del Sol square is the main public square in the city of Madrid, Spain. In the middle of the square is located the office of the President of the Community of Madrid.
Egipt in Madrid Downtown
The Temple of Debod is an Egyptian temple donated by Egipt to Spain in 1968 in gratitude for the help provided in saving the Abu Simbel temples.
The Alcala Door (Puerta de Alcala)
The Sunset of the Cathedral
The Almudena Cathedral is the cathedral of Madrid, Spain, and is a modern building concluded in 1993. It is one of the attractions of the city.
Where Gran Via meets Alcala
Downtown Madrid, Spain, where the Calle de Alcala meets the Gran Via. These are some of the most famous and busy streets in Madrid.
Waters of the Crystal Palace
The Crystal Palace (Palacio de Cristal) is located in the Retiro park in Madrid, Spain. It is a metal structure used for expositions of contemporaneous art. It is a touristic attraction of the city.
Plaza de la Villa
The Plaza de la Villa Square in Madrid, Spain, was the main square of the city during the medieval times, where the city hall was then located.
The Castilla Square
The Castilla Square (Plaza Castilla) is the new economic center of Madrid, Spain. It is one of the touristic attractions of the city.
The Temple of Debod
Puerta del Sol Square
The Cathedral of Madrid
Pasarela de Arganzuela
The Pasarela de Arganzuela is located in the park Madrid Rio downtown Madrid, Spain. It is a futuristic structure built in 2011.