The Gate of Europe is a landmark of Madrid's modern architecture. It is located near the stadium of Real Madrid's home team. It is also a must-see for Madrid. It is a very majestic building with a special shape.
The Eurogate is located on the Castillo Avenue in the north of the Spanish capital Madrid. Two buildings of the same shape stand on both sides of the road. The buildings are 115 meters high and each inclined 15 degrees to each other. The top of the building is staggered by 30 meters from the bottom of the building. An uncovered arch. Standing at the bottom of the building, looking up, the huge building is like Mount Tai, which is about to fall over immediately, but it is actually as stable as Mount Tai.
I saw that this attraction was ranked 21st on Ctrip, but it was still very spectacular, so I decided to take a look. Take the subway at the intersection of the 1, 9 and 10 lines. This is the station where you get off at the Gate of Europe. The name of the station is Plaze de Castilla. You can see it when you get out of the subway station. The two towers are 115 meters high, each inclined 15 degrees to each other, which exceeds the inclination of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and is the world's first inclined skyscraper. The golden pillar between the two floors is said to be a lightning rod. Taking pictures in front of the sculpture is the best angle. Personally think it is worth a visit.
European door is an American architect design, started in 1990, built in 1996. Two towers office buildings, building 15 degrees Angle (more than 12 degrees Angle of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy). Two building roof can stop four helicopters at the same time. On the platform in front of the sculpture, the shield shape, right in the middle of the two type tower office, everyone on that in a variety of angles, pictures. About the origin of the name "Europe", compare authority is: people''s minds in Spain, in the traditional sense of the European center in Paris, France, north of Madrid, the building is located in the north of downtown Madrid, the highway running through the "door" to Paris, so called "European door".
The European Gateway is a landmark in Madrid, north of Madrid, Bernabeu Stadium and north of Castilla Square, the two buildings are like a leaning tower, very characteristic.
Preston_Dominguez: Paseo de la Castellana, 216, 28046 Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Puerta de Europa,Siguenza's Medieval Train,Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales,Paseo de la Castellana,Convento de las Reparadoras