Madrid Plaza de la Villa, which was built in the 16th century and is the office of the city government, was named after it. Until the city moved to West Belles Plaza in 2008, a museum was set up here. The House and Tower of Luhanes, a Mudhal-style building built in the 15th century, is now the Royal College of Moral Science and Politics. The Marquis Alvaro statue stands in the square and the Cisneros House.
Madrid Municipal Square area is not large, the City Hall is located here, the buildings on the square are old buildings with hundreds of years of history, a long history, ancient simple ornamental value and high historical value, you can walk around and take photos, quite European model.
Square center stands felipe ii king generaladmiral was a statue of the mulberry, on the east side of the square of Lou ha nesta is Madrids oldest building civil building, square of the west side of the home of the souths sith nai and there were a narrow passage connecting the Madrid city hall
Municipal Square is a small area, but it is one of the most important squares in Madrid, also recognized as the most beautiful square in Madrid. In the center of the square stands the statue of King Philippe II's Marine General Bassan. The Luhanesta Tower on the east side of the square is the oldest civil building in Madrid. There is a narrow passageway between the Sisnero House on the south side of the square and the Madrid City Hall on the West side.
Madrid Municipal Square is very beautiful, pure white building, very beautiful, the location of the Municipal Square is more convenient.
Municipal Square is a very small and insignificant place, but it is one of the most important squares in Madrid. In the center of the square stands the statue of King Philippe II's Marine General Bassan. The Luhanesta Tower on the east side of the square is the oldest civil building in Madrid. On the south side is the Cisnello House and on the west side is the Madrid City Hall built in the 17th century and in the Baroque style. The tile inlaid on the building opposite the square aroused our curiosity. Later, it was observed that many buildings in Madrid had similar tiles, similar to road signs. Its advantage is to be able to withstand the sun and rain, always bright and not fade.