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Plaza de Santa Ana

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Sobre este lugar
Surge de la demolición en 1810 del antiguo convento de las Carmelitas Descalzas y las casas anexas. El solar resultante se ajardinó y comenzó a tomar su fisonomía actual. Denominada también Plaza del Príncipe Alfonso.
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Ideal Stay In Madrid
Ideal Stay In Madrid
May 14, 2018
Wonderful neighborhood where famous writers lived during the Spanish Golden Age. Very lively with a lot of bars and restaurants.
Casa Mia
Casa Mia
March 12, 2018
Very nice place on nights a lot of clubs and bars and great restaurants
Gonzalo
Gonzalo
February 10, 2018
Nice street in old Madrid, perfect to have lunch or a drink in one of its terraces.
Michelle
Michelle
November 09, 2017
Area with a lot of tapas bar and terraza for a drink. Metro Line 1, stop Anton Martin
Jen Xiao
Jen Xiao
August 21, 2017
A famous and popular Plaza in Madrid among the locals and tourist, featuring nice bars and restaurants.

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Localização
Centro, Comunidad de Madrid 28012
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