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Plaza de la Villa, Madrid

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Plaza de la Villa is a picturesque square in the historic center of Madrid, surrounded by artistic and historical landmarks. To the east is the 14th-century House and Tower Lujanes, and to the south you'll find Cisnero’s House, a 16th-century palace. On the west side is the Casa de la Villa, a 17th-century building and a headquarters of the Madrid city council. Seek out the monument to Don Alvaro de Bazan, a bronze statue sculpted by the famous Mariano Benlliure. Take a look at our Madrid itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Plaza de la Villa and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • In the ride of the madrid of them Austrias us found it pretty plaza of the villa of madrid old headquarters of the Town Hall, to half Road between the Palace real and the plaza greater. Very requetebien preserved. It is worth to see it.
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  • The old town hall of Madrid it was at e!. Nice square that you must not miss it and Central. You'll
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  • It is a site of the old madrid, building more youthful has 120 years or more, it Tower front to the Town Hall is of the 18TH century, the narrow streets are of the more oldest in madrid, given a night turn is a romantic experience.
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