Plaza de Santa Ana: There are mainly statues of Teatro Espa & _1; ol, famous Spanish playwright Calderon, poet and playwright Garcia Lorca. Calderon de la Barca: From 1600 to 1681, famous plays included Life as a Dream, The Mayor of Zalaya, The Reclusive Lady and The Fidelity Prince. Garcia Lorca (Federico): From 1898 to 1936, famous poetry collections included Gypsy Ballads, Deep Songs, New York, Dramas such as Marriage by Blood, Yelma, and Bernarda Alva House. After the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, the statue on the square was killed by Fascists. It was very meaningful to release the pigeons of peace from their hands. Santa Ana Square is one of Madrid's must-see attractions. The photographs are: Spanish Theatre, Calderon Statue, Garcia Lorca Statue, and the buildings opposite the Spanish Theatre are very distinctive (the pros and cons are different, compare).
When I walked out of the Prado Museum, it was too late and night had fallen quietly. Madrid is a city that likes to live at night. At night, people come to the streets, open-air bars are full of guests, streets and alleys are crowded with people, a lively scene. In Santa Ana Square, the small square is surrounded by cafes, people drink quietly and enjoy themselves, while the Royal Theatre and the sculpture of poet Garcia Lorca add more artistic flavor to the square.