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Puerta del Angel Madrid

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Puerta del Angel Madrid

Lugares emblemáticos
The Escenario Puerta del Ángel is a vast esplanade covering an area of 200,000 m2 of open air space, located in the Casa de Campo Trade Fair Park. It hosts shows in marquees and tents, as well as concerts, and business or family events with unique stagings and set-ups. It is regularly chosen by the Cirque du Soleil when they come to perform their shows in Madrid.
Escenario puerta del Angel
1 Paseo de la Puerta del Ángel
The Escenario Puerta del Ángel is a vast esplanade covering an area of 200,000 m2 of open air space, located in the Casa de Campo Trade Fair Park. It hosts shows in marquees and tents, as well as concerts, and business or family events with unique stagings and set-ups. It is regularly chosen by the Cirque du Soleil when they come to perform their shows in Madrid.
With 1,722.60 hectares of natural space, this location is the most important public park in Madrid. The history of Casa de Campo began with the decision by Philip II to move the Court to Madrid, and reside there. The King built a manor house linking the Palace with the hunting area called El Pardo. Later, farms and fields bought from the areas surrounding the Casa de Campo were added.
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Casa de Campo
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With 1,722.60 hectares of natural space, this location is the most important public park in Madrid. The history of Casa de Campo began with the decision by Philip II to move the Court to Madrid, and reside there. The King built a manor house linking the Palace with the hunting area called El Pardo. Later, farms and fields bought from the areas surrounding the Casa de Campo were added.
The Bridge of Segovia (Spanish: Puente de Segovia) is a bridge located in Madrid, Spain, crossing the Manzanares river. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996.[citation needed] Designed by Juan de Herrera under commission of King Philip II of Spain, it was built from 1582 to 1584 with a total of nine spans. It cost 200,000 ducats. The bridge is composed of bricks of granite.
Puente de Segovia. Rio Manzanares
The Bridge of Segovia (Spanish: Puente de Segovia) is a bridge located in Madrid, Spain, crossing the Manzanares river. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996.[citation needed] Designed by Juan de Herrera under commission of King Philip II of Spain, it was built from 1582 to 1584 with a total of nine spans. It cost 200,000 ducats. The bridge is composed of bricks of granite.
Escuela y Centro de Arte con Sala de Exposiciones, donde se celebran durante todo el año distintas exposiciones temporales de diversos artistas y disciplinas artísticas.
Río Creative Art Center Escuela de Arte
5 Paseo Marqués de Monistrol
Escuela y Centro de Arte con Sala de Exposiciones, donde se celebran durante todo el año distintas exposiciones temporales de diversos artistas y disciplinas artísticas.
Madrid Rio is a huge recreational and cultural area both for its landmarks and leisure facilities and the culture it houses, and for being a reference point from which to contemplate and come into contact with monumental Madrid.
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Madrid Río Park
14 Paseo de la Ermita del Santo
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Madrid Rio is a huge recreational and cultural area both for its landmarks and leisure facilities and the culture it houses, and for being a reference point from which to contemplate and come into contact with monumental Madrid.
This small park is close to the Segovia Bridge, Moorish Gardens and the Royal Palace. The grass is green, there are trees, seats, flower beds and a few statues.
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Parque de Atenas
30 Calle de Segovia
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This small park is close to the Segovia Bridge, Moorish Gardens and the Royal Palace. The grass is green, there are trees, seats, flower beds and a few statues.
La Almudena Cathedral almudena2_1405405377.389.jpg CatedraldelaAlmudena_1407334010.563.jpg catedralalmudena2ok.jpg Anterior Siguiente Description Information (active tab) Services Map Madrid's cathedral, which stands in Hapsburg Madrid, has a short but tortuous history. The first plans for the church were drawn up in 1879 by Francisco de Cubas, who wanted to create a pantheon for the late Queen Maria de la Mercedes. The foundation stone was laid in 1883, but when Pope Leo XIII granted a bull in 1885 for the creation of the Madrid-Alcalá bishopric, the plans for the church were changed to become plans for a cathedral.
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Catedral de la Almudena
10 Calle de Bailén
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La Almudena Cathedral almudena2_1405405377.389.jpg CatedraldelaAlmudena_1407334010.563.jpg catedralalmudena2ok.jpg Anterior Siguiente Description Information (active tab) Services Map Madrid's cathedral, which stands in Hapsburg Madrid, has a short but tortuous history. The first plans for the church were drawn up in 1879 by Francisco de Cubas, who wanted to create a pantheon for the late Queen Maria de la Mercedes. The foundation stone was laid in 1883, but when Pope Leo XIII granted a bull in 1885 for the creation of the Madrid-Alcalá bishopric, the plans for the church were changed to become plans for a cathedral.
The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms.[1][2] It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.[3]
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Royal Palace of Madrid
s/n Calle de Bailén
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The Royal Palace of Madrid (Spanish: Palacio Real de Madrid) is the official residence of the Spanish royal family at the city of Madrid, although now only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres (1,450,000 sq ft) of floor space and contains 3,418 rooms.[1][2] It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.[3]
La iglesia de Santa Cristina es un templo ubicado en Madrid. En origen diseñada en estilo neogótico, finalmente Repullés y Vargas ejecutó un edificio neomudéjar.​ Se ubica en el barrio de Puerta del Ángel. Durante los periodos iniciales de la Guerra Civil fue convertida en una checa.
Parish of St Christina
32 Paseo de Extremadura
La iglesia de Santa Cristina es un templo ubicado en Madrid. En origen diseñada en estilo neogótico, finalmente Repullés y Vargas ejecutó un edificio neomudéjar.​ Se ubica en el barrio de Puerta del Ángel. Durante los periodos iniciales de la Guerra Civil fue convertida en una checa.
Gastronomía
Offering a superb range of foods and delicacies, this market is one of the last remaining examples of Second Republic architecture.
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Mercado de Tirso de Molina
15 Calle de Doña Urraca
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Offering a superb range of foods and delicacies, this market is one of the last remaining examples of Second Republic architecture.