Monday, September 15, 2008

Info about Madrid in Photographs


The following photographs are just a few of Madrid and were provided to this blogger and this blog entry with permission of Natacha Bolaños
Fernández. Natasha is a former participant of the Pueblo Ingles program. She lives and works in Madrid. I wish to thank Natacha for these remarkable photographs of her Madrid. More to come...



Puerta de Alcala - night scene - Architect: Francisco Sabatini



Puerta de Alcala - stands opposite of the Cibeles fountain



Museo Arqueologico Nacional (The National Archaeological Museum)



Monumento a Alfonso XII, Parque El Retiro (Monument of Alfonso XII, in Retiro Park)



Calle de la Huerta (ceramic street sign)



Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace in Retiro Park)



Calle Alcala
It's the longest street in Madrid (going from "Puerta del Sol" - "0" road point of Madrid - to "Hispanidad Avenue" near Barajas Airport; and it's also one of the oldest.



Auditorio Nacional de Musica Madrid's main concert hall



Sala Sinfonica, Auditorio Nacional de Musica



Estación de Metro (subway station)



Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace in Retiro Park)



Nuestra Señora de Correos (Main Post Office building) - night scene




Nuestra Señora de Correos (Main Post Office building)



Calle de Madrid (a street in Madrid)



Plaza Picasso



Caixa Forum Building with vertical garden



Plaza de la Cibeles - night scene
- stands opposite of Puerta de Alcala



Santiago Bernabeu (interior) - REAL MADRID home soccer field



Torre Picasso (Picasso Tower) - modern Madrid


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That's it for now. Adios, Ben



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