Cristal palace in the Retiro Park

This is the Retiro Park in Madrid. It's one of the principal parks in Madrid with an extension of 1.4 km².

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Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8012x4006
Uploaded: 24/03/2009
Updated: 16/02/2012


Tags: parque del retiro; madrid; garden; park; spain
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