Postcard courtesy of Tica Echols

The Plaza de España separates the Gran Vía from the Calle Princesa, two of the major streets in Madrid. The two buildings seen here were designed by the Otamendi brothers, Julián and Joaquín, and built during the 1950s. The Torre de Madrid, the tallest building in Madrid until 1989, is on the left and the Edificio de España is on the right.


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