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Photos of the Sabatini Gardens of the Royal Palace in the Plaza de Oriente

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Sabatini Gardens next to the Royal Palace of Madrid

The Sabatini Gardens and the Gardens of Campo del Moro they are the two landscaped areas that, together with the Plaza de Oriente, surround the Madrid's royal palaceand exalt him.

Specifically, the Sabatini Gardens are located in the north facade of the Royal Palace, reaching the Spain Square, between Bailén street and Cuesta de San Vicente. They were built after the arrival of the Second Republic, in the early 1934s.

In the current location of the Sabatini Gardens previously there were some old stables that had been built at the time by the architect Francisco Sabatini, with whose name they now know those gardens.

The Sabatini Gardens of Madrid they occupy 2.5 hectares and their disposition at a lower level than the Royal Palace It promotes beautiful views of the latter, which is clearly extolled.

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