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Souvenir Plate: Spain. Madrid (Diameter 17 cm, Type 1)

Souvenir Plate: Spain. Madrid (Diameter 17 cm, Type 1)
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Souvenir Plate: Spain. Madrid (Diameter 17 cm, Type 1)
Ex Tax: US$19.99
Price in reward points: 1999
  • Stock: Out Of Stock
  • Weight: 300.00g
  • Dimensions: 20.00mm x 170.00mm x 170.00mm
  • SKU: 00004975

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Include this Unique Keepsake in your Souvenir Plate Collection

The capital and largest city of Spain is a marvelous travel destination for holidays, providing a mix of modern entertainments and historic ambience that makes for an enjoyable vacation. This memento plate showing many of Madrid's most iconic attractions is a good souvenir from Spain and a guide to some of the city's most important landmarks as well.

The Royal Palace and City Hall are two of the most important and oldest historic sites in the city, and fascinating places to explore. Important state functions are still held in this magnificent old building, and a lot of the rooms are open to the public for tours. The palace gardens are very popular tourist attractions, including the Campo del Moro Gardens and the Sabatini Gardens. Another iconic landmark pictured on the souvenir plate is the Madrid City Hall, which was formerly the Palace of Communications and headquarters for the Spanish postal service.

More Interesting Places to Discover in Madrid

The Alcala Gate is a monument in the heart of the city that was originally part of the old city walls. Another important monument in Madrid is the Statue of Bear and Madrono Tree in the Puerta del Sol Square, one of the most well -known and one of the busiest places in all of Madrid, near the entrance to the Metro. The Gate of the Sun Square is where the Spanish New Year's Eve celebration is televised. The Bear and the Madrono Tree are the heraldic symbol of ancient Madrid.

The Almudena Cathedral is a beautiful religious historic site that also draws many visitors to its environs, but art lovers will have found a paradise nearby at the Golden Triangle of Art. This area includes important art galleries such as the Prado Museum.

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