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Parque del Capricho ( Madrid)
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El Parque de El Capricho es un parque y zona verde situado en el barrio de la Alameda de Osuna, en el distrito de Barajas, al noreste de la ciudad de Madrid, (España). Fue mandado construir por la duquesa de Osuna entre 1787 y 1839. Cuenta con una superficie de 14 hectáreas. Está considerado uno de los parques más bellos de la ciudad. De sus rincones destacan la plaza de El Capricho, el Palacio, el estanque, la plaza de los Emperadores, o la fuente de los Delfines y de las Ranas. Se le atribuyen referencias inglesas, francesas, e italianas, de la época en que fue construido, las cuales son reflejo de las influencias artísticas de los diseñadores del parque. Constituye el único jardín del Romanticismo existente en Madrid. Muestras de ello son el laberinto de arbustos, los edificios, como el palacete, la pequeña ermita, o el hermoso salón de baile, además de los riachuelos que lo recorren y estanques, donde se pueden encontrar cisnes y patos.

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