Plaza de Cibeles, Symbol of Madrid in Spain
Plaza de Cibeles is an imposing building shaped square with a blend of various arts and western culture as outlined in a complex architecture in the form of statues and fountains are used symbol of Madrid Spain. In addition, symbol of Madrid Spain surrounded by several other interesting buildings like the Cibeles Fountain, Palacio de Comunicaciones, Banco de España, Palacio de Lina. The tourists can not only enjoy one or two views alone, but a variety of historic views that have high cultural and artistic value.
Cibeles Fountain is also part of the Plaza de Cibeles is fountain in the form of a goddess who rides a train, pulled by two lions, a fountain was built in 1777 until 1782. Palacio de Comunicaciones also found around the Plaza de Cibeles is the palace communication, this building was established in 1909 which is used as a post office. Another imposing building is the Banco de España that was built in 1882 until 1891 and then renovated again in 1936 and 1975, Banco de España is a large building that has a function as the central bank of Spain. The tourists can enjoy view Palacio de Lina which to have a location opposite the Banco de España, Palacio de Lina is a Baroque palace which was built in 1873 and renovated again in 1992.