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The most photographed places in Madrid

Madrid is one of the most photographed places in the world due to the large number of tourists that it attracts every year, both nationally and internationally. However, have you ever wondered what particular images are captured with a camera? If not, then you should check out this article now.

1. La Puerta del Sol

Probably the best known squares in Madrid, among other things, is the Km 0 centre of the busy Spanish road network. The Casa de Correos is its most emblematic building.

Photo: La Puerta del Sol Madrid © multisanti (Flickr)

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2. La Plaza Mayor

Located a few metres from Puerta del Sol, this square stands out for its magnificent and spacious size, being a place where some of the best known stores throughout the city of Madrid are located. Moreover, its atmosphere is always enviable.

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3. El Parque del Retiro

This park is a real delight for visitors. Its gardens are dated from the mid-seventeenth century and is home to many plant and animal species. It also home to the Palacio del Buen Retiro and provides the opportunity for tourists to take a nice boat ride.

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4. The Royal Palace (El Palacio Real)

This palace is still used for official visits and is the residence of the kings of Spain, although they don't actually live in it. It is the largest palace in Western Europe, well ahead of Versailles and Buckingham.

Photo Palacio Real Madrid © Wikimedia

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5. La Fuente de Cibeles

It is almost impossible not to mention this famous square with the neo-classical sculptures and fountains in the city of Madrid. It is also well known for celebrating the Real Madrid Football Club championships.

Photo: La Fuente de Cibeles by © Wikimedia

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6. El Templo de Debod (The Temple of Debod)

An ancient Egyptian building that is located very close to the historic centre of Madrid. The sunsets from its gardens are without a doubt a real marvel.

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7. El Congreso de los Diputados (Congress of the Deputy)

This is where the Parliament of Spain is based at. Normally you can not get access to the inside of the building (this is only possible via the Constitución Bridge, between 6th and 8th December each year) but tourists love to take photos of the bronze lions on the door.

Photo: © Luis Javier Modino Martínez (Flickr)

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8. La Catedral de la Almudena (Almudena Cathedral)

This is the main cathedral in Madrid. Although it was consecrated in 1993 and, therefore, has to be regarded as a fairly recent building, it is still a monument of such magnitude that attracts thousands of visitors every day.

Photo: La Catedral de la Almudena © Wikimedia

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