mmdaisyThe Cervantes House Museum is located in the small town of Henares near Madrid. It is free and open. The museum is a two-story small western-style building with a patio in the middle. It contains many scenes of Cervantes’ life. Many people Come to visit here.
13611302253To the north of Sant'Antonio Avenue, the most popular river in Madrid, Spain, there is a large Zhuangchang famous for its Cervantes monument and Don Quixote statue. This square is Plaza Espanya, the most prominent of which It is the Cervantes monument and the statue of Don Qingxote in the center of the square. It is famous for Cervantes, so people also call it Cervantes Square. In the center of the square stands the Cervantes Monument. This is a tall pyramidal building. The front of the monument is made of granite. On the front of the pillar is a white marble statue of Cervantes. Cervantes is wearing a collar. Wearing a 16th-century cloak, sitting on the chair of the Supreme Master, his left arm that he lost during the Le Bond battle was cleverly covered in the cloak, and his right hand held his masterpiece "Don Quixote." The bronze statues of the two heroes Don Quixote and Sangli in the masterpiece are built under the monument. A group of readers are also molded around a huge stone ball on the stele, which symbolizes that the Spanish masterpiece "Don Quixote" is famous all over the world. .
bebbuThe small town of Albergo de Henares outside of Madrid, the hometown of Cervantes (Donquede), a quiet university town, once again facing all the Spanish menus. Choose c, and the result is not bad.
Spain is a country with the most world heritage sites. Its capital, Madrid, is near to at least 5 towns that are renowned for their world heritage sites, like Segovia, Toledo, Avila. The rest are all spread out across Spain. If you want to go for an in-depth tour of Spain, a great thematic visit of “world heritage sites in Spain” could be a great idea. Here’s a few ideas!