Posts with category Madrid Cultura

(Español) Muere la fotógrafa de la Movida: Ouka Leele

By | 12 June, 2022 | 0 comments

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(Español) Malasaña, más que un barrio

By | 17 May, 2022 | 0 comments

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(Español) La Colegiata de san Isidro, un gran patrimonio de Madrid

By | 27 April, 2022 | 0 comments

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(Español) Frida Kalho está en Madrid hasta febrero de 2023

By | 21 April, 2022 | 0 comments

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Atocha station to be named after Almudena Grandes

By | 16 March, 2022 | 0 comments

According to a statement by the Minister of Transport and Mobility, Raquel Sánchez, at the beginning of the month, Madrid’s most famous train station, Atocha, will now have a second name: Almudena Grandes.

With this gesture, the government wants to pay tribute to this writer who died too young at the age of 61 from cancer, Read full article

(Español) Andy Warhol, hasta el 5 de junio en Madrid

By | 7 March, 2022 | 0 comments

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Antonio Mercero’s Telephone Box on Arapiles Street

By | 25 January, 2022 | 0 comments

Madrid has always been synonymous with cinema. As well as being the setting for many films, it is also a city filled with actors. It is common to see them on the street or to meet them in bars because, after all, they are mortals and have the same needs as those who do not live off the silver screen. Read full article

Cinema and television begin 2022 without Forqué

By | 15 January, 2022 | 0 comments

The world of cinema and television got off to a bitter start this year. In mid-December, Verónica Forqué was found dead at her home in Madrid, in the Chamartín area.

Verónica Forqué passed away with four Goya Awards for her performances in Fernando Trueba’s El Año de las Luces, Fernando Colomo’s La Vida Alegre, Read full article

El Escorial nativity scene, a tradition that never fails

By | 8 January, 2022 | 0 comments

San Lorenzo de El Escorial is one of the most attractive tourist destinations near Madrid. In addition to the castle, monastery and the controversial Valley of the Fallen, the village with its cobbled streets attracts the attention of locals and visitors who come to enjoy a break, breathe in the fresh air and eat in one of the famous restaurants serving traditional, Read full article

Aranjuez and the Strawberry Train

By | 8 November, 2021 | 0 comments

The Strawberry Train has just completed a new season. This historic train connects Madrid with Aranjuez, yet another attraction that confirms that the journey is just as important as the destination.

It was the first railway in the Community of Madrid, built by the order of Queen Isabel II. It was used to transport fruit and vegetables from the orchards, Read full article

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