The Royal Palace is considered one of the most important tourist destinations in the Spanish city of Madrid, where official celebrations take place at the present time, although it is considered the official residence of the ruling family, and it is open to visitors and tourists, so that they can see the paintings, The pieces in it, and others.
The city’s cathedral
A church, or the city’s cathedral (English: Almudena Cathedral) – which is located next to the old royal palace, and matches its Baroque architectural style – was opened in 1993 by Pope John Paul, knowing that it is considered the place where the marriage of Queen Letizia and the king Philip.
Palacio de Cristal
Palacio de Cristal (in Spanish: Palacio de Cristal) represents one of the most important landmarks of Madrid in Spain. It is exquisitely designed, represented by its high dome, its glass walls, its red brick floor, in addition to its diverse plants and works. Artistic, as for the external spaces, they are wonderful green spaces that blend in with the interior of the building, next to the lake in its small garden, and its entrance, which includes classic columns, gives the overall appearance a beautiful beauty. It should be noted that the opening of this greenhouse – which is similar to a similar greenhouse that was established more than 30 years ago in London – was in the year 1887 AD.
Lazaro Galdiano Museum
The Museo Lázaro Galdiano Museum (in Spanish: Museo Lázaro Galdiano) is located in an italyn stone palace dating back to the early twentieth century, and its property is owned by businessman Don Jose Lazaro Galdiano, who is distinguished for his interest in the arts. Besides the impressive collection of Don Jose Lazaro Galdiano left for the city, which consists of 13,000 artifacts, a quarter of which is displayed all the time in the works of several artists, most notably: Heronimus Boss, Lucas Cranach, Zurbaran, El Greco, and others, which makes it one of The most important loans Art in Madrid, Spain.