Did you know that the Cibeles and Neptuno Fountains used to stand opposite to each other? Are you familiar with the fact that Madrid has the only Fountain on Earth representing the Fallen Angel? The fountains in the capital can answer these questions, and many others too, telling stories about the city.
Marking the start of the Art Walk, this fountain is one of Madrid's icons.
The sculpture is found in one of the most impressive squares of the capital city, in the heart of the Art Walk.
These four sisters, with a triton holding a dolphin, greet the visitor along the Art Walk.
This elegant sculpture is one of the essential stops on the tourist route of the Art Walk.
A city with a monument to Lucifer? In Madrid anything is posible. This statue is in the Retiro Park.
Next to the Retiro lake, this monument has an exact replica in the plaza del Emperador Carlos V.
It's beauty makes it one of the most photographed fountains of the Retiro Park.
Located in the plaza of the same name in los Austrias, this is a lively meeting place in summer evenings.
This homage to the mythological character maintains intact the character of Madrid de los Austrias.
Witness to great historical events, the statue shows the baroque preoccupation with the passage of time.
Notable for the fabulous bronze figuresof Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
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