It's famous for the Spanish steps. The Spanish steps are famous for the movie "Roman Holiday" scenery. There are many portraits on the steps and flower stalls. (Happy) (Happy) Sit down on the steps. It's incredible that there is a lively, leisurely atmosphere. It's incredible that there are three Spanish dancing places on the steps. Behind the steeple built in ancient Egypt is the Santa Trinity Church on the hill overlooking the entire square (applause) (applause). The Spanish staircase, known as the "Italian design, French-funded, British tours, now occupied by Americans", was actually built in 1725 with the assistance of the French Embassy, and because the Spanish Embassy is here, it was named the Spanish staircase. The fountain of the boat in front of the steps is always playing the guitar or taking pictures. A lively scene shows that the fountain is the work of Bernini's father. The originality comes from a break in the River Tevere. A boat is pushed to a British-style teahouse around the square. It was built in the 18th century and was once called the Jewish District of the British people. Stan Da, Balzac, Wagner, Lester, Browning and other great writers and artists have lived in this area. On the right side of the Spanish Steps, there are Keats's home Keats and Shelley Memorial Hall. Apart from their personal data, there are also abundant manuscripts, letters, body masks and photographs, etc., which are collected by people like Yan et al. This is where the lovers of literature must visit (insidious).
The Spanish Square was built in 1930 to commemorate Cervantes. In the center of the Square, the statue of Cervantes seems to overlook the statues of Don Quixote and Sanchopanza. Traveling in Spain, we can feel the lofty status and respect of Cervantes in this country, and we know him through Don Quixote. This is not only a famous scenic spot, but also a place for leisure gatherings. On the day we arrived, the meeting in the square was very lively. People sitting around the square. Behind the statue of Cervantes is the pink Spanish building, which is said to have been bought by Vanda Group.
The famous Spanish Square is in time for the Lantern Festival. In order to attract and entertain the Chinese people who come to visit it, it also hosts the annual meeting of China. Many places around the Spanish Square can be visited, and shopping is also very convenient. Speaking in detail, life in Spain is pleasant, with a strong literary and artistic atmosphere.
Spanish Square is located at the westernmost end of Grand Avenue, just a few steps away from the Madrid Palace. It is one of the most popular landmarks in Madrid. It is famous for the Cevantes Monument. Two striking buildings behind the Spanish Square: the Madrid Tower and the Spanish Tower, once the tallest building in Europe, built in 1948. The top floors of both buildings are good places to enjoy the panoramic view of Madrid.
Madrid's Spanish Square is located at the westernmost end of Grand Avenue. It can be accessed by Metro Line 3 and Line 10. Its name is Plaza de Espaa, which is only a few steps away from the Madrid Palace. It is one of the most popular landmarks in Madrid. It is famous for the Cevantes Monument. Two striking buildings behind the Spanish Square: the Torre de Madrid, once the tallest building in Europe, and the Edificio Espana, built in 1948. The top floors of both buildings are good places to enjoy the panoramic view of Madrid. In the centre of the Spanish Square is the monument to the greatest Spanish writer, Cervantes, sitting in front of the monument, overlooking the statue of Don Quixote, holding a spear, riding a thin horse, and his loyal, stout servant, Sancho. On both sides of the monument are two statues representing the true love of Don Quixote: the ordinary village aunt Aldonsalo Renzo. Imagine the beautiful Dulcinea & Tel & Toposo. The rectangular pool on the square and the high-rise behind the statue are mutually masked, which makes the statue have the aesthetic feeling of space perspective, and is an excellent scene for photography. Spain has a strong sunshine. It's sunny in the morning. It's suggested to shoot from this angle in the afternoon.
Spanish Square - "opposite the Madrid Palace. The most prominent symbols of the square are the statues of "Spanish literary masters, great literati "Cervantes" and the statues of "Don Quigote", the representative of European chivalry spirit. The square under the blue sky and white clouds is small and clean. This is where our first group photo is taken.
Among the many Spanish squares, the Spanish squares here are not big, but the celebrities are spiritual. On the front is Cervantes and his lovely and sighing statues of Don Quixote and the fat servant Sancho. You can climb up the statue and take a group photo. The fountain pool in front of you can make the statue reflect. Of course, financial safety should also be paid attention to in places with large numbers of tourists.
The Spanish Square in Madrid is a small one. It was built in 1930 to commemorate Cervantes. In the center of the Square, there is a statue of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in front of the statue of Cervantes. Many tourists come here more to take a picture with the statue of Don Quixote in the middle of the square. The outskirts of the Spanish Square are now enclosed and turned into a small market where stalls are basically selling special souvenirs. A circle around the periphery is almost impossible to find the statue of Don Quixote on the signboard of the Spanish Square. If you want to find the statue of Don Quixote, you must go through the market, and there is an entrance to the center.