Madrid, Spain, April 8, 2020 (IPS) Madrid, Spain — (The title, “Madrid Sightseeing With a Vintage Car” refers to a new feature in the Google News reader which allows users to explore the city in an old car, a rare treat in Spain).
Madrid, where I am based, has been a city for centuries and for some, its a city of many places.
Many tourists still come here for the beauty of the old city, but for others, the sightseeing can be equally impressive.
While in the old days, a visitor to the old town might be surprised to see a car parked on the street, today, we have many places that are well preserved, with a few old factories.
Today, I was on the third floor of the historic Château de Tarragona, in the heart of the city.
It is quite a small and historic building and one can get lost inside.
The old Châtéau de Mouton was founded in the 18th century and in the past century, many of its rooms were used as barracks and warehouses.
This building was demolished during the construction of the new Châts de la Villette, which is a major shopping centre in the city, which became the new heart of Madrid.
This was one of the most historic buildings in the town and the building that has become the centre of the museum.
One of the best places to visit in the Châtes de la Vinelle, is the Palacio de la Villa de San Marcos.
This is one of Madrid’s oldest churches and the largest cathedral in Europe.
It has a large marble altar, a large statue of St. Peter and many other beautiful sculptures.
A very good place to visit for historical pictures is the Chateau de Biscay.
This old castle, which has been in the hands of the Spanish royal family for over 500 years, was built in the 14th century.
The castle was once part of a castle complex, and today, it is the residence of the governor of Spain, General José Pinto de la Vega.
This castle is the home of the King Juan Carlos, who ruled Spain for nearly 200 years.
It is a great place to take a picture in the historic surroundings.
One of the many beautiful places to take pictures is La Granja, which overlooks the Champs de Mars.
I was on a rainy day in Madrid and was enjoying the views of the nearby mountains.
It was a very beautiful day.
The sun was just coming out from the east, so I chose to take photos in a sunny spot, on the terrace of the famous Casa de las Campanas.
When it rains, it pours, so take some photos.
There is nothing worse than being out in the sun all day and having your phone in your hand, when you are out in a rainy place.
One of my favorite spots to take photographs is the Castel de las Nieves.
This beautiful chapel is one that has been converted into a museum in the late 1960s.
The cathedral was built during the Spanish Inquisition, which lasted for over 400 years.
This chapel has a huge mural of St Sebastian, who was a martyr in the battle of Manzanares in 1492.
It contains many paintings that depict a crucifixion and a crucifix in the face of Christ.
When it is raining, it feels good to be out in nature and the sunset is really beautiful.
I had the opportunity to visit the Palazzo de Ardo, which was built at the end of the 18 th century.
This magnificent palace was built to house the royal family and the Duke of Córdoba.
It became the residence and palace of the Emperor Philip IV of Spain.
The palace is also the home to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
I loved taking photos in this beautiful space.