Thanks to this, the city of Madrid became the political centre of the monarchy, being the capital of Spain except for a short period between 1601 and 1606, in which the Court was relocated to and the Madrid population temporarily plummeted accordingly.
We'll experience the majesty of its palaces and museums — and, we'll enjoy today's Madrid at its fun-loving best.
The , an iconic item exhibited at the The Museo Arqueológico Nacional shows archaeological finds from to the 19th century including Roman mosaics, Greek ceramics, Islamic art and Romanesque art , especially from the Iberian Peninsula, distributed over three floors.
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It is also the principal venue for orchestras on tour playing in Madrid.
And so is the subway.
Madrid — permeated with passion — from its grand history to its love of life today.