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February 19, 2019

4 Favorite Photo-Op Locations in Madrid Spain

Plaza de Espana Madrid Spain Cervantes statue

Plaza de Espana, Cervantes monument --

Miguel de Cervantes seated above; bronze statue of Sancho Panza, left.

Cervantes was a Spanish author best known for his novel, Don Quixote. Sancho Panza is a character in the novel. 


Templo de Debod (Temple of Debod) 

Originally built in Aswan, Egypt in 200 B.C., and abandoned in the 6th century, the temple was dismantled and relocated to Madrid, Spain, where it was rebuilt during the 1960s. The inside of the temple is currently closed to the public.


Churros and Chocolate in Madrid

Chocolate and churros! 

We don't want to be biased about one chocolateria vs. another, so we'll just say grab some churros and chocolate while you're in Madrid!




Waiting for chocolate!!


Madrid flamenco show


It goes without saying that no visit to Madrid is complete without a traditional Flamenco show. This artful song and dance of passion and emotion originated here!


Madrid flamenco





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