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This arch is right in the middle of the roundabout, near Principe Pio shopping mall. The gate is simple in design, not spectacular. It is ok to take a photo if you are here, but not worth to make an intentional trip to see this...More
This gate is located on a roundabout on the Paseo de la Florida at the junction with
Cuesta San Vicente and Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto. It is of recent construction, built in 1994/95. The original Gate, Puerta de San Vicente, was built in...More
This nice monument has a history of many chances, since it was originally done by architect Francesco Sabatini in 1775. From this date until 1892 it was located in the same area as today in the Glorieta de San Vicente, Madrid. However, the original monument...More
The Gloriete is a late twentieth century replica of the original eighteenth century gate which used to stand at this spot. The original gate was torn down to improve the traffic in the late nineteenth century and replaced with the current replica a century later....More
Puerta de San Vicente is situated on Glorieta de San Vincente and is close to Rio Manzanares and Principe Pio station. The monument was built in 1775 but was later dismantled to make way for traffic. It has been totally rebuilt to the 1775 design...More
The Glorieta de San Vicente contains a monument called Puerta de San Vicente. Carlos III ordered Francesco Sabatini to design a new gateway to the city and the architect finished it in 1775. However the monument was dismantled in 1890 to improve traffic. In 1990...More