Sibelis Square is one of the main squares in Madrid. There are many historic buildings around the square. The magnificent Spanish Parliament Building is situated here. Square is the gathering place of the five streets around, and also the office of Spanish government agencies, so there are many vehicles, very busy.
Although not Real Madrid fans, but after the shock, here is probably the second spectacular fountain in Spain's trip, the first spectacular Spanish square in Barcelona, but with the attraction is the famous street near here ~Girls Paper are fighting like chicken blood.~
It's over 3 p.m. in Madrid, so take the subway to West Belles Square. To the north is a busy commercial street, which includes major brands and local brands, shoes, clothes, bags and so on. Spanish leather is soft enough to make shirts! Even the color and style in the ZARA store are not available in China. Now it is a good choice to set the house near here. It is very convenient to eat, drink and shop.
There are many famous buildings around the Plaza, such as the Bank of Spain, the Communication Building, the Home of America and so on. There are exquisite stone sculptures and metal statues like the top goddess. There is a golden ball sculpture on the bank building, which is very gorgeous. The famous Real Madrid Football Team came here to celebrate the victory with the fans when they won the game.
Siebel les square, also known as the goddess of the earth square, is located in the Spanish capital Madrid, because of the neoclassical buildings around the square, marble statues and fountains and well-known, has become the most prominent mark of Madrid. Majestic goddess siebel rice by the double lion and harness horse statue, is standing upright in the middle of the white silks of the fountain. When the carlos iii construction of fountain square is not only a symbol of Madrid, also is the spiritual pillar of the real Madrid football team. Real Madrid fans see the statue as their patron saint.
A little west from Alcaramen, you can see the West Belles Square, where the airport bus stops. Named after the goddess Sibelius, the most beautiful square is marble sculptures and fountains, and the surrounding buildings are good, such as the General Administration of Posts and Telecommunications, the Bank of Spain.