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  • Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station, Madrid, Spain.
    Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station,...
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  • Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station, Madrid, Spain.
    Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station,...
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  • Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station, Madrid, Spain.
    Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station,...
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    What a lovely surprise.

    by planxty Written Dec 2, 2013

    I am not for one second suggesting that the traveller should make a special trip to Colombia Station on the Madrid Metro which sits at the junction ol Line 8 (from the airport) and Line 9 but if they do, I suggest they look up. For various reasons I was there and saw this amazing sculpture hanging from the ceiling. I believe this piece reflects the fact that the line to the airport passes through here and I thought it was very impressive. Sorry I could not get it all in the shot but I was just unable to find a place far enough away from it to get it's vast bulk in.

    I could find nothing to suggest who had constructed it but I had been in the country for only a couple of hours and had done nothing more than take the Metro from the airport to here. The airport had not impressed me overly (see seperate tip on this page) but this made a very favourable impression on me. As an aside here, the station is spotlless and very easy to negotiate. Just another little thing you may wish to look out for should you be there.

    Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station, Madrid, Spain. Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station, Madrid, Spain. Sculpture, Colombia Metro Station, Madrid, Spain.
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    Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida

    by Redang Updated Apr 22, 2013

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    The main attraction of this tiny Ermita (hermitage) are the frescoes painted by Goya in 1798 and the hermitage itself was built in 1732 (main and second pics); (unfortunately,.no pics allowed of the frescoes).

    The hermitage was declared National Monument, and a twin one was built next to it just for religious usees (third and fourth pics

    A statue of the painter is in front of both hermiatges (fifth pic).

    How to get there:

    - Address: Glorieta de San Antonio de la Florida
    - Metro: Príncipe Pío (lines 5, 10 and Ramal Opera-Príncipe Pío)
    - Bus: 41, 46 and 75 (intercambiador Príncipe Pío)
    - Train: Príncipe Pío

    - E.mail: sanantonio@madrid.es
    - Internet: www.madrid.es/portal/site/munimadrid/menuitem.f4bb5b953cd0b0aa7d245f019fc08a0c/?vgnextoid=797368822e3ab010VgnVCM100000d90ca8c0RCRD&vgnextchannel=0c369e242ab26010VgnVCM100000dc0ca8c0RCRD

    - Tuesday to Sunday, from 9,30 to 20,00 (9,30 am to 8,00 pm)
    - Free entry

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    Trip to Almagro

    by Redang Written Mar 21, 2013

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    In this case, what I recommend you is not a day trip because the town of Almagro is a bit far. Once there, stay at least one night, there are some interesting places nearby.

    Almagro (Espa��a/Spain) Almagro (Espa��a/Spain) Almagro (Espa��a/Spain) Almagro (Espa��a/Spain) Almagro (Espa��a/Spain)

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    Vertical gardens

    by leics Written Feb 25, 2012

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    Vertical gardens? Yes, really. They are quite complex things to make, I believe, but can look lovely. They most often adorn the blank sides of modern buildings and I suspect they cost quite a lot in upkeep terms (the irrigation alone must be an expensive system to set up).

    This chap http://www.verticalgardenpatrickblanc.com/ has created quite a lot of them in various places around the world.

    A Madrid Vt-er told me that here was a vertical garden near my hotel, and he was right. In February it wasn't really at its best, and I could see that some plants had failed to thrive, but I suspect it will look nicer as Spring comes. You can see it at the main entrance to the Caixa Forum, off the Paseo del Prado.

    I also spotted a failed (or brand new..not quite sure) vertical garden in another part of Madrid. It was on the side of a building at the end of Calle de la Luna, where it meets Calle Corredera Baja de San Pablo.

    I like vertical gardens. the only other one I've seen was in Avignon, France: a lush green adornment to the side of a concrete market building.

    Happy vertical garden. Sad vertical garden.
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    Keep an eye open for the statues.

    by leics Written Feb 21, 2012

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    I was very taken with the various statues I spotted as I wandered around the city.

    The first was of a man sweeping Plaza Jacino Benavente, just outside Plaza Mayor. Then I spotted a chap with a map on Calle Sacramento (I think), another chap with a map sitting on a bench near the Capella Obispo and an old chap leaning on the rail surrounding the excavated remains of Iglesia de Nuestra Signora de la Almeduna on Calle Almeduna.

    The student walking determinedly into the wind into Plaza de San Idefonsi was my favourite, although whoever sprayed here eyes red has made her look very scary!

    Worth keeping a look out for these statues. There's another at Renfe Atocha (see tip) and I suspect there are others dotted about the city which I did not find.

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    Heavy Snow

    by Redang Updated Feb 11, 2012

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    According to the title "Off The Beaten Path Tips": What most travellers miss when visiting Madrid", I've decided to add this tip because "most travellers miss this heavy snow when visiting Madrid", it's not normal.

    It took place on 9 January 2.009 (Friday).

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    And hope it doesn't spit up

    by garridogal Written Sep 6, 2011

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    Fellow Bostonians reading these might be familiar with these. Surrealistic artist, Antonio López García, has contributed two of these to our own Museum of Fine Arts.

    But if you'd like to see more giant baby heads - and who wouldn't want to - then check out the lower level of Atocha train station.

    You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll need a fresh Pamper.

    I thought I felt a rumble Please don't sneeze......!
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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L1

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The following tips are dedicated to architecture and photography lovers.

    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Cuatro Caminos (also lines 2 and 6)
    Name: Hospital de Jornaleros (right now, it houses the Environment Department of Comunidad de Madrid)
    Address: Calle Raimundo Fernández Villaverde, 18
    Architect: Antonio Palacios and Joaquín Otamendi
    Year: 1.908-1.916

    * Metro: Tribunal (also line 10)
    Name: Pachá Disco (formerly, Cine Barceló)
    Address: Calle Barceló, 11
    Architect: Luis Gutiérrez Soto
    Year: 1.930

    * Metro: Gran Vía (also line 5)
    Name: Edificio Telefónica (2nd pic)
    Address: Gran Vía, 28
    Architect: Ignacio de Cárdenas
    Year: 1.925-1.929

    * Metro: Sol (also lines 2 and 3)
    Name: Real Casa de Correos (it houses now the Presidency of the Comunidad de Madrid) (main pic)
    Address: Puerta del Sol, 7
    Architect: Jaime Marquet
    Year: 1.760-1.768

    * Metro: Tirso de Molina
    Name: Palacio de Santa Cruz (Ministerio de AAEE/Foreign Affairs Ministery) (3rd pic)
    Address: Plaza de la Provincia, 1 (close to Puerta del Sol)
    Architects: Juan Gómez de Mora and Juan de Villanueva
    Year: 1.629-1.636 and 1.791-1.793

    * Metro: Atocha
    Name: Iglesia de los Jerónimos (4th pic)
    Address: Calle Ruiz de Alarcón, 19-21 (behind Prado Museum)
    Architect: Enrique Egas (supposed)
    Year: 1.503-1.505

    * Metro: Atocha and Atocha Renfe
    Name: Ministerio de Agricultura
    Address: Paseo de la Infanta Isabel, 1 (or Glorieta del Emperador Carlos V, commonly known as just Atocha)
    Architect: Lorenzo Alvarez Capra and others
    Year: 1.879-1.897

    * Metro: Atocha Renfe
    Name: Observatorio Astronómico
    Address: Calle Alfonso XII, 5.-7 (Retiro Park)
    Architect: Juan de Villanueva
    Year: 1.790-1.808

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    Puerta del Sol (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Edifico Telef��nica (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Palacio de Santa Cruz (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Iglesia de los Jer��nimos (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain)

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L2

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Ventas (also line 5)
    Name: Plaza de Toros Monumental (Bullring) (3rd pic)
    Address: Calle Alcalá, 237
    Architect: José Espelius
    Year: 1.919-1.929

    * Metro: Príncipe de Vergara (also line 9)
    Name: Antiguas Escuelas Aguirre (2nd pic)
    Address: Calle Alcalá, 62 (in front of Retiro Park)
    Architect: Emilio Rodríguez Ayuso
    Year: 1.881-1.886

    * Metro: Retiro
    Name: Parroquia de San Manuel y San Benito (4th pic)
    Address: Calle Alcalá, 83
    Architect: Fernando Arbós
    Year: 1.902-1.908

    Name: Puerta de Alcalá
    Address: Plaza de la Independencia
    Architect: Francisco Sabatini
    Year: 1.769-1.778

    * Metro: Banco de España
    Name: Banco de España (main pic)
    Address: Paseo del Prado, 2 (Plaza de la Cibeles)
    Architect: Eduardo de Adaro and Severiano Sainz de la Lastra
    Year: 1.884-1.891

    * Metro: Sevilla
    Name: Banco Español de Crédito/Antiguo Palacio de La Equitativa (last pic)
    Address: Calle de Alcalá, 14
    Architect: José Grases Riera
    Year: 1.887-1.891

    * Metro: Sol (also lines 1 and 3)
    Name: Real Casa de Correos (it houses now the Presidency of the Comunidad de Madrid)
    Address: Puerta del Sol (Casa de Correos is number the 7 of the square)
    Architect: Jaime marquet
    Year: 1.760-1.768

    * Metro: Opera (also line 5 amd ramal Opera-Príncipe Pío)
    Name: Real Monasterio de la Encarnación
    Address: Plaza de la Encarnación, 1
    Architect: Juan Gómez de Mora and Fray Alberto de la Madre de Dios
    Year: 1.611-1.616

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    Banco de Espa��a (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Escuelas Aguirre (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Plaza de Toros (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) San Manuel y San Benito (Madrid, Spain) Palacio de La Equitativa (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain)

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L3

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Moncloa (also line 6)
    Name: Cuartel General del Aire (Air Force Headquarters)
    Address: Plaza de la Moncloa
    Architect: Luis Gutiérrez Soto
    Year: 1.939-1.954

    * Metro: Ventura Rodríguez
    Name: Palacio de Liria
    Address: Calle Princesa, 18-20
    Architect: Ventura Rodríguez
    Year: 1.770-1.783

    * Metro: Plaza de España (also lines 2 and 10)
    Name: Torre de Madrid (main pic)
    Address: Plaza de España, 18
    Architect: Julián Otamendi
    Year: 1.954-1.960

    Name: Edificio España (main pic)
    Adresss: Gran Vía, 86-88 (Plaza de España)
    Architect: Joaquín Otamendi and Julián Otamendi
    Year: 1.947-1.953

    Name: Monument of Miguel de Cervantes (main pic)
    Address: Plaza de España (in the centre of it)

    Name: Templo de Debod (2nd pic)
    Address: Parque del Cuartel de la Montaña
    Architect:
    Year: 200-180 b.c.

    Name: Edificio Coliseum
    Address: Gran Vía, 78
    Architect: Pedro Mugurza y Castro
    Year:1.931-1.933

    * Metro: Callao (also line 5)
    Name: Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales (3rd pic)
    Address: Plaza de las Descalzas, 1
    Name: Palacio de la Prensa
    Architect: Antonio Sillero and Juan Bautista de Toledo
    Year: 1.557-1.563 and 1.559-1.564

    Address: Gran Vía, 46 (Plaza del Callao)
    Architect: Pedro Muguruza
    Year: 1.924-1.928

    Name: Cine Callao
    Address: Plaza del Callao, 2
    Architect: Luis Gutiérrez Soto
    Year: 1.926-1.927

    Name: Palacio de la Música
    Address: Gran ía, 35
    Architect: Secundino de Zuazo
    Year: 1.924-1.928

    * Metro: Delicias
    Name: Museo del Ferrocarril/old Estación de Delicias (4th pic)
    Address: Paseo de las Delicias, 61
    Architect: Emilio Cachelievre
    Year: 1.878-1.879

    * Metro: Legazpi (also line 6)
    Name: Antiguo Matadero (Old Slaughterhouse)
    Address: Paseo de la Chopera, 2 to 12
    Architect: Luis Bellido
    Year: 1.907-1.926

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    T de Madrid/M Cervantes Monument/Ed Espa��a Templo de Debod (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales (Madrid, Spain) Museo del Ferrocarril (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain)

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L4

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Colón
    Name: Edificio Biblioteca Nacional de España (National Library of Spain) (main pic)
    Address: Paseo de Recoletos, 20
    Architect: Francisco Jareño
    Year: 1.865-1.868

    Name: Museo Arqueológico (3rd pic)
    Address: Calle Serrano, 13
    Architect: Antonio Ruiz de Salces
    Year: 1.885-1.892

    * Metro: Alonso Martínez (also lines 5 and 10)
    Name: Palacio de Longoria (2nd pic)
    Address: Calle Fernando VI, 4
    Architect: José Grases Riera
    Year: 1.902-1.904

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    Bibloteca Nacional (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Palacio de Longoria (Madrid, Spain) Museo Arqueol��gico (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain)

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L5

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Núñez de Balboa (also line 9)
    Name: Colegio de Ntra. Sra. de Loreto
    Address: Calle Príncipe de Vergara, 42
    Architect: Juan Bautista Lázaro
    Year: 1.889-1.898

    Name: Colegio de Ntra. Sra. del Pilar
    Address: Calle Castelló, 56 (it’s the official, although it’s in front of N.S. de Loreto)
    Architect: Manuel Aníbal Alvarez and Luis Moya
    Year: 1.908-1.916 and 1.959-1.960

    Name: Embajada de Italia (Embassy of Italy)
    Address: Calle Juan Bravo, 16
    Architect: Joaquín Rojí
    Year: 1.914-1.917

    * Metro: Rubén Darío
    Name: Museo Sorolla
    Address: Paseo del General Martínez Campos, 37
    Architect: Enrique María Repullés y vargas
    Year: 1.910

    * Metro: La Latina
    Name: Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo (main pic)
    Address: Calle Nuncio, 12-14
    Architect: Unknown
    Year: 14th and 15th centuries

    * Metro: Puerta de Toledo
    Name: Puerta de Toledo
    Address: Glorieta de la Puerta de Toledo
    Architect: Antonio López Aguado
    Year: 1.811-1.827

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo, Madrid,Espa��a/Spain

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L6

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Ciudad Universitaria
    Name: Ciudad Universitaria (the University itself)

    * Metro: Puerta del Angel
    Name: Puente de Segovia
    Address: Over Manzanares river, between calle Segovia and glorieta del Puente de Segovia
    Architect: Juan de Herrera
    Year: 1.577-1.584

    Name: Ermita de la Virgen del Puerto
    Address: Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto, s/n
    Architect: Pedro de Ribera
    Year: 1.716-1.718

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L10

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Chamartín
    Name: Estación de Ferrocarril de Chamartín (Railway Station)
    Address: Calle Agustín de Foxá, s/n
    Architect: José Antonio Corrales and others,
    Year: 1.972-1.976

    * Metro: Plaza de Castilla (also lines 1 and 9) (2nd and 3rd pic)
    Name: Puerta de Europa (also called Torres KIO)
    Address: Plaza de Castilla
    Architects: Philip Johnson and John Burgee
    Year: 1.996

    * Metro: Santiago Bernabeu
    Name: Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos
    Address: Plaza de Joan Miró, 13
    Architect: Pablo Pintado
    Year: 1.964-1.970

    and, due to you are there, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

    * Metro: Príncipe Pío (also line 6 and Ramal Opera-Príncipe Pío) (main pic)
    Name: Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida
    Address: Glorieta de San Antonio de la Florida, s/n
    Architect: Francisco Fontana
    Year: 1.792-1.798

    Name: Estación del Norte (also called Estación de Príncipe Pío) (pic)
    Address: Paseo de la Florida, 2
    Architect: Grasset, Biarez, Ouliac and Mercier
    Year: 1.877-1.888

    Name: Centro Comercial (Shopping Centre)
    Address: It’s inside the station
    Architect: Rafael Fernández del Amo, Manuel Pina e Idom
    Year: 1.998-2.001

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    Estaci��n del Norte/P P��o (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Puerta de Europa (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain) Puerta de Europa (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain)

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    Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L7

    by Redang Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

    * Metro: Cartagena
    Name: Torres Blancas
    Address: Avenida de América, 39
    Architect: Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza
    Year: 1.961-1.968

    * Gregorio Marañón (also line 10)
    NAME: Museo de Ciencias Naturales
    Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 80
    Architect: Fernando de la Torriente
    Year: 1.881-1.886

    Name: Edificio Castelar
    Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 50
    Architect: Rafael de La-Hoz Arderiusand Gerardo Olivares James
    Year: 1.975-1.983

    * Metro: Canal (also line 2)
    Name: Teatro del Canal
    Address: Calle Bravo Murillo, 49
    Architect: Juan Navarro Baldebeg
    Year: 2.000-2.007

    * Metro: Islas Filipinas
    Name: Hospital Clínico San Carlos
    Address: Calle Manuel Bartolomé Cossio, s/n (Plaza de Cristo Rey)
    Architect: Manuel Sánchez Arca and Eduardo Torroja
    Year: 1.928-1.936

    Important notices:
    1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

    2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

    3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

    Museo de Ciencias Naturales (Madrid, Espa��a/Spain)

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