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Plaza Mayor is one of the grandest historical squares in Madrid. In its center resides the bronze statue of King Philip III. It was created in 1619 and moved to Plaza Mayor in 1848. Plaza Mayor is very centrally located and worth at least a...More
In one of the most famous squares in Madrid namely Plaza Mayor you will find the equestrian statue and monument to King Felipe III who reigned over Spain from 1598 till his death in 1621.
The Statue looks marvellous and it's fitting it's located in...More
The Felipe III Statue stands in the centre of Plaza Mayor with the King triumphantly riding his stallion. During the early stages of the Franco dictatorship, relics and statues associated with the Spanish monarchy were defaced or destroyed. The Felipe III Statue was no exception...More
The statue of King Phillip III cannot be missed if you visit Plaza Mayor.
Once upon a time there was a hole in it where small birds flew in and were unable to escape. The decaying birds left a foul smell.
The Felipe III Statue Madrid was designed and sculptured by the Italian artist Jean Boulogne a member of the Medici in Florence. After researching this, because the site has little information at it... I found that during the early stages of the Franco dictatorship of...More