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Plaza Espana, Madrid

The Plaza de España is a green square, which is located at the end of the Gran Via, one of Madrid's busiest streets. It features a large fountain and famous statue honouring the Spanish writer Cervantes. It became a popular meeting place in the 1950s, after two of Madrid's largest buildings were constructed: the Edificio de España and the Torre de Madrid. Both buildings were constructed by the project developer Metropolitana and designed by the Otamendi brothers.

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