The Museum of the Americas exhibits the development history of various aspects of South America in various periods, from porcelain, sculpture, clothing, architecture, food, etc. The museum is near Moncarlo Square. The museum building is relatively simple, but the internal architectural features are very South American. The Spanish Empire colonized most of the countries and regions in South America. Therefore, the history and customs of South America are valued by the Spanish. Therefore, if you have the opportunity to build this museum, you must visit it.
Some are far away, take the subway, and there is still some distance, a little bit too far. Then there are very few tourists, but there are many things to see inside, and there is a viewing tower nearby.
After going there once, I still feel unhappy and unfulfilled. I should go again next time! Personally, I like the Museum of American Art the most, where you can enjoy the oil paintings. If you are an oil painting lover, this place is simply heaven. If you still don’t understand oil painting, there will be an instructor leading the explanation every hour.
The range is very wide. If you are an oil painting lover, this place is simply heaven. If you still don’t understand oil painting, there will be an instructor leading the explanation every hour.
The internal architectural features are very South American, and it is very educational. under
Preston_Dominguez: Avenida Reyes Catolicos 6, 28040 Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor,Plaza de Espana,Plaza de Oriente,Temple of Debod