Junta Municipal de Distrito de Moncloa

Building located in Moncloa Square, designed in 1949 by the architect, Manuel Herrero de Palacios.

Torres de Colón

One of Madrid's most recognisable architectural symbols thanks to the plug-shaped feature jutting out of the roof.

Torres Blancas

An icon of Spanish organic architecture, which won the Prize for European Excellence in 1974.

Torre Titania

Built on the site of the former Torre Windsor, this building is one of the tallest skyscrapers in Madrid.

Torre Picasso

This skyscraper, located in the AZCA commercial and business complex, is one of the city’s tallest buildings.

Torre Cepsa

Skyscraper designed by the acclaimed architect, Norman Foster, which became the tallest building in Spain in 2009.

Torre PwC

This tower, located in the Cuatro Torres Business Area, is the third tallest skyscraper in Madrid, standing 236 metres high.

Torre de Cristal

One of the four skyscrapers that form part of the Cuatro Torres Business Area in Madrid.

Torre Espacio

One of the four skyscrapers that forms part of the Cuatro Torres Business Area, next to the Paseo de la Castellana.

La Mano de Botero

 Sculpture by Colombian artist Fernando Botero in the middle of the Paseo de la Castellana.

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