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Mi Comunidad Wesley Hatchette. People of Spain Madrid, Spain El Escorial Plaza Mayor de Madrid Castillo la Adrada La Almuenda Museo del Prado.

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1 Mi Comunidad Wesley Hatchette

2 People of Spain

3 Madrid, Spain El Escorial Plaza Mayor de Madrid Castillo la Adrada La Almuenda Museo del Prado

4 El Museo del Prado The Museum of the Park The Museo del Prado is a museum and art gallery located in Madrid, the capital of Spain. It features one of the world's finest collections of European art, from the 12th century to the early 19th century, based on the former Spanish Royal Collection. It costs 6 euros to enter.

5 El Palacio Real The Royal Palace The Palacio Real de Madrid (The Royal Palace of Madrid), also known as the Palacio de Oriente (The Orient Palace, or Far East Palace), is the official residence of the King of Spain in the city of Madrid, but it is only used for state ceremonies. The palace is owned by the Spanish State and administered by the Patrimonio Nacional, a public agency of the Ministry of the Presidency. The palace is located on Bailén Street, in the Western part of downtown Madrid, East of the Manzanares River, and is accessible from the Ópera metro station. The cost to enter varies from 2 to 11 euros.

6 El Escorial The Monastery of El Escorial, located some 30 miles northwest of Madrid in the foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama, was built as a monument to commemorate the Spanish victory over the French in the battle of Saint Quentin on 10 August 1557 (feast day of St. Lawrence). Felipe II himself selected the site for the monastery, 1,028 meters (3,372 feet) above sea level, and personally oversaw the progress of the project. The rectangular plant of this colossal building of granite measures 207 x 161 meters (680 x 528 feet). The four towers in the corners are 55 meters (180 feet) high. The two campaniles are 72 meters (236 feet) high, and the cupola of the basilica is 92 meters (302 feet) high. The whole complex has some 24 kilometers (14.9 miles) of corridors. The entry fee is 8 euros.

7 Zoo Acuario de la Casa Home of the Zoo Aquarium Madrid Zoo and Parque de Atracciones (Amusement Park) are to be found in La Casa de Campo. This 1,800 hectares of park land in west Madrid is also home to the Aquarium Madrid, now part of the zoo, and a large lake. Madrid Zoo was formerly housed in the eastern part of Parque de Retiro nearer the centre of the city, but was moved to its current location to merge with the aquarium in 1995 and became Zoo y el Acuario de Madrid. Entry fee is free with Madrid Card, and high priced without.

8 El Parque de Atracciones Park of Attractions The Parque de Atracciones has six distinct adventure zones, filled with exciting adventures and activities. This is one of the largest theme parks in Europe. It is open from mid-April to mid-September, opening every day at 12 noon. During the winter months of the year it is only open at weekends. It attract 2.2 million visitors a year, employs 350 people, and has around 40 attractions. The Parque de Atracciones was inaugurated in 1969 by Francisco Franco. Entry fee free 72 hours with Madrid card, and full ticket euros and admission 9.3 euros and children 3-7 full ticket 18 euros and admissions is 9.3 euros.

9 La Plaza Mayor The Main Street The name of the plaza has changed over time. Originally it was called the "Plaza del Arrabal" but became known as the "Plaza Mayor". The Plaza Mayor was built during the Habsburg period and is a central plaza in the city of Madrid, Spain. It is located only a few blocks away from another famous plaza, the Puerta del Sol. The Plaza Mayor is rectangular in shape, measuring 129 by 94 meters, and is surrounded by three-story residential buildings having 237 balconies facing the Plaza. The entry fee = free

10 El Parque Juan Carlos The Park Juan Carlos Opened in 1992, this modern and vast green space (Madrid's biggest park) holds within it the recinto ferial (fairground), where most of Madrid's exhibitions take place. It also holds the largest collection of macro-sculptures in Spain. People come here to walk, ride their bicycles, fly kites and fish. There is even an enclosure to exercise dogs. There is no entry fee.

11 La Puerta del Sol The Door of the Sun The Puerta del Sol originated as one of the gates in the city wall that surrounded Madrid in the 15th century. The Puerta del Sol (Spanish for "Gate of the Sun") is one of the best known and busiest places in Madrid. This is the centre (Km 0) of the radial network of Spanish roads. No entry fee.

12 El Puente de Toledo The Bridge of Toledo The Bridge of Toledo unites the banks of the Manzanares River and connects the Pyramid Square with Marques de Vadillo Square. The idea for constructing a bridge in this very spot originated in the 17th Century. It was then that the ruling king Felipe IV decided it would be a good idea if the ever-expanding city of Madrid had a more immediate access to the route leading towards the city of Toledo. The original bridge was constructed in the mid-17th Century. Unfortunately, a flood destroyed it soon after its completion. The entry fee is euros.

13 La Casa de Museo Lope de Vega The Museum of Lope de Vega Lope de Vega was born in Madrid in 1562 and became one of the 17th century's major dramatists, along with Calderón de la Barca. This is the house where he lived from 1610 until his death in Those 25 years were a troubled period in the writer's adventurous life. He was banished from Madrid for eight years because he wrote insulting poems about Elena Osorio (the daughter of an important theatrical impresario) with whom he had a five-year relationship. She eventually abandoned him for a wealthy lover. The entry fee is 2 euros for adults, and 1 euro for children and seniors over 65.

14 Reedy River Falls Dirección: 615 South Main Street, Greenville, SC, Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Restaurantes, Café, Patio de Recreo, Catarata, y Puente Entrada: Gratis

15 The Peace Center Dirección: 300 South Main Street, Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Teatro, Musicals, y Café Entrada: hasta $250

16 Bob Jones University Dirección: 1700 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Café, Universidad, Biblioteca, Museo Arte y Racist. Entrada: Gratis

17 Furman University Dirección: 3300 Poinsett Highway, Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Universidad, Café, Biblioteca, y laguna Entrada: Gratis

18 The Greenville Zoo Dirección: 150 Cleveland Park Drive Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Zoo, Café, animales, tiendas, y presentación Entrada: $6 por adulto y $3 por niños

19 The Pavilion Indoor Complex Dirección: 400 Scottswood Road Taylors, SC 29687, Greenville, South Carolina, United States Teléfono: Servicios: Patio de Recreo, Pista de Hielo, Café, y Deportes Entrada: $6 por adultos, $5 por señor y niños 12 y menar

20 Roper Mountain Science Center Dirección: 402 Roper Mountain Road Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Café, Tienda, Visitas Entrada: Adultos $5, niños $4, y señores $4

21 The Greenville Art Museum Dirección: 420 College Street, Greenville SC Teléfono: Servicios: Arte, Café Entrada: Gratis

22 The Greenville Drive Stadium Dirección: 947 South Main Street Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Béisbol, Comida, Patio de Recreo por niños, y Tienda Entrada: $8-$7 por todos

23 The Bilo Center Dirección: 650 North Academy Street Greenville, SC Teléfono: (864) Servicios: Deportes, Concerto, Café, y Restaurantes Entrada: Varias

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