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Once a glass and iron market of the late XIX century, it is now a vaulted concrete building which still serves as a neighborhood market.
Once a glass and iron market of the late XIX century, it is now a vaulted concrete building which still serves as a neighborhood market. Where it used to stand an annexed public swimming pool and sports facilities, it lies now an empty field, used and managed by a neighbor association.
Plaza de la Cebada, s/n, Madrid, Spain
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Near Plaza Mayor is this indoor market, identifiable by its ornate iron posts
Perhaps the best known plaza in Madrid, this impressive square is now one of the main stops on any tourist visit
This massive cathedral faces the Palacio Real
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Highly impressive art collection with paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints
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