Paza de Oriente

Open air restaurants and the Teatro Real (Royal Theatre) on Plaza de Oriente in Madrid. On the other end of the park part of the royal palace is visible too.

Copyright: Rafael devill
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Uploaded: 05/09/2009
Updated: 18/09/2014


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