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And the garden said: I do not want to be lying anymore.

Huge vertical garden at Caixaforum exhibition centre, Madrid.

This impressive plant tapestry, designed by French botanist Patrick Blanc with more than 15,000 plants, is considered the biggest continuous-surface wall garden in the world.

There's always people around taking pictures whenever I pass by.
#verticalgarden #wallgarden +designboom
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Welcome to the Temple of Wisdom.
Main entrance of the Spanish National Library. Paseo Recoletos, Madrid.

With a collection of more than 26,000,000 items including books, manuscripts, music scores, sound recordings and other printed and graphic materials, this library is considered one of the largest in the world.

#madrid #library #books
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Having fun after a hard race.

Yesterday, shooting at the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta a España, an elite women's professional one-day road bicycle race held in Madrid and part of the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) Women's World Tour.

#madrid #cycling #womenpower +Team Sunweb
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On the lookout
Fuencarral Street, Madrid.

#streetphotography #blackandwhite #madrid
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Love Madrid by night.
Former Telefónica Headquarters Building, Gran Vía.
#madrid #architecture #nightphotography
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Reflections.
A woman reads next to the entrance of Museo del Prado, one of the world's best art galleries. The Royal Academy of the Spanish Language can be seen in the background.
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10 things to do in Madrid: Visit an exhibition.

Caixaforum is one of the many interesting museums you can visit in Madrid.

Housed into an abandoned electrical station, this cultural centre has lots of exhibition rooms arranged in several floors around this impressive central staircase.

#madrid 
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More than two hundred luminaries make the Metropolis Building facade shine as the night falls over Madrid.

This beautiful building, located right at the corner of Alcalá street and Gran Vía, was built from 1907 to 1910. Its dome has a slate roof decorated with 30,000 leaves of 24 carat gold.

As I stood with my camera in front of it, lots of tourist stopped by and started taking pictures and selfies. ;-)
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Yesterday, enjoying the last minutes of sunlight at Madrid's Puerta del Sol.
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Let the dusk inspire you!

Fancy clouds seem to touch the CBA (Círculo de Bellas Artes) Building right before sunset.

CBA is a non-profit, private organization located in Madrid city centre playing a major role in promoting arts and culture.

#madrid #clouds #beauxarts
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