Osoy Madroño has been passing by here every day in the past few days in Madrid. From a distance, you can see Madrid’s city emblem-the famous bear eating grape sculpture (Osoy Madroño), which is traditionally accompanied by the famous bell on Puerta del Sol. People eat twelve grapes, which represents the beginning of the new year.
Madrid's city emblem: raspberry and brown bear This story gave the city of Madrid a name Interesting and vivid The raspberries and brown bears in front of Puerta del Sol are the best witnesses An interesting story told by the city emblem: The original meaning of the name Madrid is "mom run" Legend has it that a long time ago, one day a little boy came out to play with his mother. He is very naughty, jumping and jumping, walking and walking away from his mother. Just when he wanted to go back to find his mother, he suddenly ran into a brown bear. The little boy ran away, and the brown bear chased after him. In a hurry, the little boy licked a few times and climbed up a big tree. He just took a few breaths in the big tree, and suddenly heard his mother's shout, it turned out that her mother was looking for him. But the brown bear under the tree is looking for himself. When my mother saw this scene, she would definitely come to save herself, and the brown bear would hurt her mother... Thinking of this, he yelled at his mother from the tree: "Mom, run—mother, run—" Some people say that his shouts attracted hunters, and some people said his shouts scared the brown bears away. No matter how many people say, this brave boy left a beautiful legend in the city.