Briefs

Monument to Cervantes

The “Plaza de España” of Madrid is home to a Monument to Cervantes. The work of  Rafael Martínez Zapatero and Lorenzo Cullaut Valera was unveiled in 1915. This Plaza or Square is located in the middle of the city has a fountain and pond within a garden area. The square is flanked by two of the city’s most emblematic buildings, The Tower of Madrid and the Building of Spain which jointly make up one of the city’s most interesting architectural complexes.

 

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