These are the Madrid landmarks that featured in my list of 100 Things to Do in Madrid.
1. Royal Palace
Madrid's royal residence.
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2. Santiago Bernabeu
The stadium that is home to Europe's most successful socccer team.
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3. Madrid Cathedral
Madrid's recently finished cathedral is an intriguing mix of the modern and the classic.
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4. Madrid Post Office
Probably Madrid's most photographed landmark.
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5. Templo Debod
A genuine Egyptian temple right in the center of Madrid!
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6. Atocha Train Station
Yes, its a train station, but it's not just for train enthusiasts. The tropical garden and touching memorials to the victims of the 2004 Madrid bombings make this more than just a transport hub.
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7. Basilica de San Francisco El Grande
A truly collossal church!
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8. The House Where Cervantes Died
Spain's most celebrated writer lived and died in Madrid; there is a plaque outside his final residence to commemorate the author of Don Quijote. Nearly as important is that I used to live here!
9. Madrid 'Lighthouse'
I know, Madrid is nowhere near the sea, but this look-out point gives great views of the city.
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10. Arab Wall
The oldest surviving structure in Madrid.
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