Puerta de Europa Tourist Attraction, Twin Offices in Madrid, Spain
Puerta de Europa is a tourist attraction high rise buildings or twin offices in Madrid Spain. This Twin Offices is the second tallest tower in Spain, which has a high 114 m (374 ft) and consists of 26 floors. Puerta de Europa was built from 1989 to 1996, this twin high rise buildings facing each other with the body adjacent and sloping flanking the entrance to the city of Madrid. Visitors can watch buildings architecture high quality wich manifested in twin tower.
Puerta de Europa is the result of the design maturity of America that is renowned architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee. Twin towers this has a slope of about 15 degrees and it looks compact building with blue and red color combination. The twin towers are located adjacent to the Station Chamarti, to better enjoy the ride visitors can walk down until Plaza Castilla station.