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Musées d'art

Musée d'art
“Musée emblématique de Madrid. Très belle collection qui vous permettra d'en apprendre plus sur l'art espagnol. Gratuit le soir après 18h.”
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Seasonal eats in an modern space with an all-season terrace
“(Metro Atocha - Linea 1) The museum is mainly dedicated to Spanish art. Highlights of the museum include excellent collections of Spain's two greatest 20thcentury masters, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí. Certainly, the most famous masterpiece in the museum is Picasso's painting Guernica.”
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Musée d'art
“Art museum in Madrid with over 1,600 paintings, it was once the second largest private collection in the world after the British Royal Collection”
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Palace
“Official residence of the Spanish royal family only used for state ceremonies. The palace has 135,000 square metres and contains 3,418 rooms. It is the largest functioning royal palace and the largest by floor area in Europe.”
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Musée d'art
“A not to miss landmark is the Vertical Garden of Caixaforum, designed by Patric Blanc.”
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Musée d'art
“This used to be Sorolla's family home and studio. It is located in the middle of the city, and features a garden inspired in Jardines del Generalife, of Alhambra in Granada. It is truly a magical space.”
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History Museum
“A block south of Plaza de la Cibeles, this museum will appeal to those who always wondered what the Spanish Armada really looked like. On display are quite extraordinary models of ships from the earliest days of Spain’s maritime history to the 20th century. Lovers of antique maps will also find plenty of interest, especially Juan de la Cosa’s parchment map of the known world, put together in 1500. The accuracy of Europe and Africa is astounding, and it’s supposedly the first map to show the Americas. Also of interest is the wall-sized map showing Spanish maritime journeys of discovery from the 15th to 18th centuries. Statue of Don Blas de Lezo (3 February 1689 – 7 September 1741) one the Greatest Admirals of all time and unfortunately one of the most unknown Spanish heroes well deserves a visit - it is located at Plaza de Colon. ”
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Musées d'histoire

Monument / Point de repère
“Ancient Egyptian temple donated by the Egyptian State in 1968 as sign of gratitude for the help provided by Spain in saving the Abu Simbel temples.”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Great views! You can enjoy a very nice sunset and Palacio de Oriente views. ”
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Musée d'art
“This used to be Sorolla's family home and studio. It is located in the middle of the city, and features a garden inspired in Jardines del Generalife, of Alhambra in Granada. It is truly a magical space.”
  • Recommandé par 84 habitants
History Museum
“A block south of Plaza de la Cibeles, this museum will appeal to those who always wondered what the Spanish Armada really looked like. On display are quite extraordinary models of ships from the earliest days of Spain’s maritime history to the 20th century. Lovers of antique maps will also find plenty of interest, especially Juan de la Cosa’s parchment map of the known world, put together in 1500. The accuracy of Europe and Africa is astounding, and it’s supposedly the first map to show the Americas. Also of interest is the wall-sized map showing Spanish maritime journeys of discovery from the 15th to 18th centuries. Statue of Don Blas de Lezo (3 February 1689 – 7 September 1741) one the Greatest Admirals of all time and unfortunately one of the most unknown Spanish heroes well deserves a visit - it is located at Plaza de Colon. ”
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History Museum
“This is one of the green spaces that make up the natural artistic heritage of Madrid. It is one of the most beautiful and, paradoxically, one of the least known. The Duke and Duchess of Osuna--especially by the Duchess, María Josefa de la Soledad Alonso Pimentel, created it in 1784. As a protector of artists, bullfighters, and intellectuals, the Duchess created an authentic natural paradise frequently visited by the most distinguished personalities of the period, and where the most prestigious artists, gardeners, and set designers worked.”
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History Museum
“El Museo Arqueológico Nacional situado en la calle Serrano al otro lado de la Biblioteca Nacional ofrece un recorrido por los objetos usados por los pueblos españoles y del mediterráneo desde la antigüedad hasta ahora. ”
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Museum
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History Museum
“La Fundación Infante de Orleans o FIO, es un organismo sin ánimo de lucro en el Aeropuerto de Madrid-Cuatro Vientos para la conservación del patrimonio aeronáutico de España principalmente por medio de aviones históricos en condiciones de vuelo, así como la muestra de dicho material por medio de un museo y exhibiciones en vuelo. FIO tiene un calendario fijo de exhibiciones el primer domingo de cada mes (excepto enero y agosto), en su aeródromo que se compaginan con colaboraciones con diversos festivales y eventos relacionados con el mundo de la aviación. Entre otros reconocimientos, la fundación ha sido premiada con el diploma de honor de la Federación Aeronáutica Internaciona”
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Vues pittoresques

Parc
“One of Madrid’s most traditional green spaces. Located in La Latina, next to the Viaducto de Segovia, the Fiestas de San Isidro, the patron saint of Madrid, are held here every year. At the southern end, you’ll find Parque de la Cornisa, which surrounds the Real Basílica de San Francisco el Grande, and which has an extensive area of gardens Venture to the top of the hillside to enjoy some really spectacular views.”
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Scenic Lookout
“The Faro de Moncloa is a 100-metre (330 ft)-high transmission tower with an observation deck at the Plaza De Moncloa, Madrid, Spain. It was project by architect Salvador Pérez Arroyo and built in 1992. ”
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Parc
“Increibles vistas de Madrid. También en el Parque Payaso Fofó, más cercano a casa.”
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Parc
“Jardín de 1,74 hectáreas que es usado por los madrileños para sentarse en verano en cualquiera de sus terrazas. Fue diseñado en los años 30 y 40 por los arquitectos Fernando García Mercadal (1932) y Manuel Herrero Palacios (1945) que configuraron un primer cuerpo rodeado por un murete, al que se accede por unas escaleras, una zona estancial con árboles, fuente central y señalados macizos con césped, pasos de granito y farolas y un busto de Zuloaga. Denominado de las Vistillas por sus magníficas vistas de la ribera del Manzanares y la Casa de Campo, es lugar, además, de famosas verbenas y festejos populares. Los días de buen tiempo, este pequeño parque arbolado se llena de terrazas, que se c”
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Parc
“Es una de las zonas más castizas. Puedes ver atardecer aquí y luego salir de copas por los bares del barrio, La Latina. Mi preferido es Barrio Alto, en c/ Humilladero.”
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Sites historiques

Plaza
“First Square in Madrid. Catch a Free Tour here if you can. We recommend SANDEMANs Free Tour.”
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Plaza
“Puerta del Sol is one of the most famous squares in Madrid and you can find some of the most important points and buildings in the capital.”
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Jardin
“8 hectares botanical garden in Madrid founded on October 17, 1755, by King Ferdinand VI.”
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Plaza
“Wonderful neighborhood where famous writers lived during the Spanish Golden Age. Very lively with a lot of bars and restaurants.”
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Monument / Point de repère
“One of the most known monuments in Madrid. Spectacular views of Calle Alcala from here. Retiro Park in one of the sides of the square. Cool terraces for eating or having a coffee day and night.”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Old monumental gateway to Madrid. You can still see in it the impact of Civil War bullets.”
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Plaza
“Malasaña square with terraces, small market on sundays and bohemian atmosphere.”
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Plaza
“Touristique. Vous serez en plein centre du centre de Madrid. De nombreux magasins aux alentours.”
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Bibliothèques

History Museum
“This is one of the green spaces that make up the natural artistic heritage of Madrid. It is one of the most beautiful and, paradoxically, one of the least known. The Duke and Duchess of Osuna--especially by the Duchess, María Josefa de la Soledad Alonso Pimentel, created it in 1784. As a protector of artists, bullfighters, and intellectuals, the Duchess created an authentic natural paradise frequently visited by the most distinguished personalities of the period, and where the most prestigious artists, gardeners, and set designers worked.”
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Public Art
“Conde Duque is a great place for art exhibits, musical performanes, and plays. The building is historic and beautiful and in hot weather a good place to cool off. The cultural space of Conde Duque offers more than 58.777 square meters dedicated to culture. In addition to several exhibition halls, an auditorium and a theatre. It is also home to the ARchivo de la Villa, the Historical Library, the Municipal Library and the Biblioteca Digital Memoria of Madrid. ”
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College Library
“Un lugar donde ir a leer, conectarse a internet y estudiar. La parte de arriba, con su cúpula, es muy especial. ”
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Library
“Si buscas un lugar tranquilo para el estudio,leer prensa, préstamo de libros u otros formatos, búsqueda de información.”
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Library
“Dentro del Retiro y en la antigua Casa de Fieras. Con una programación muy extensa de actividades gratuitas.”
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Cultural Center
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Library
“El patrimonio bibliográfico y documental de España se custodia en la Biblioteca Nacional, instalada en un espléndido edificio del siglo XIX en el paseo de Recoletos. La Biblioteca Nacional conserva ejemplares de todos los libros publicados en España, además de una valiosa colección de incunables, manuscritos, estampas, dibujos, fotografías, grabaciones sonoras, partituras, etc. La institución cuenta con una segunda sede en el campus de Alcalá de Henares, que funciona como extensión de los depósitos de la sede principal.”
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