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Spain located in the south western end of europe mostly famous for its modern architecture, churches, museums, world heritage sites and beautiful beaches, bars serving wine, and jamboree discos. Spain has 40 world heritage sites declared by unesco second after italy.

Madrid:

It is the capital city since 1562, is located on the geographic centre of the iberian peninsula. It is considered to be the city of museums and cultural destination and famous for bull fights.

Plaza De Espana:

Plaza de espana (or "spain square" in english) is a large square and popular tourist destination, located in central madrid.

Royal Palace:

The royal palace of madrid is the official residence of the king of spain in the city of madrid. The palace is partially open to public. It is the biggest royal palace in western europe.

The Prado Museum:

The museo del prado is a museum and art gallery located in madrid. It features one of the world's finest collections of european art, from the 12th century to the early 19th century.

Toledo:

Toledo was declared a world heritage site by unesco in 1986 for its extensive cultural and monumental heritage as one of the former capitals of the spanish empire and place of coexistence of christian, jewish and muslim cultures.

 Santo Tome Church:

Santo tome church was founded in the 12th century, but was completely rebuilt in the 14th century.

Barcelona:

It is considered to be the "city of constant renewal." barcelona has an old history and there are monuments of romanesque gothic and renaissance periods or still before.

Column Of Christopher Columbus:

The columbus monument is a 60 m (197 ft) tall monument for christopher columbus and is located at the site where columbus returned to spain after his first voyage to the americas

Montjuic Mountain:

Barcelona's montjuïc is a broad shallow hill with a relatively flat top overlooking the harbour. The top of the hill (a height of 184,8 m) was the site of several fortifications, the latest of which the castle of montjuïc remains today.

Casa Mila:

The final secular design of the spanish surrealist antoni gaudi, casa mila is an apartment building with a fanciful aura. Wavy walls made of rough chipped stone suggest fossilized ocean waves. Doors and windows look like they are dug out of sand.

Seville:

 Seville is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern spain. It is situated on the plain of the river guadalquivir

Cathedral Of Seville:

The cathedral of seville is the largest gothic and third largest church in the world.

Giralda Bell Tower:

The giralda is the bell tower of the cathedral of seville. It is one of the outstanding examples of the gothic and baroque architectural styles

Maria Lucia Park:

The maria lucia park is lined extensively with palms, mediterranean pines and orange trees. The beauty of the park is enhanced by the innumerous flower beds, ponds and fountains.

Granada:

Granada is a city which is placed at the foot of the sierra nevada mountain. One of the famous attractions in granada which is a unesco world heritage site is the alhambra and generalife gardens and museum.

Alhambra & Generalife Gardens & Museum:

The alhmabra & generalife was built between the 12th and 14th century. The palace was used by the muslim royalty as a place of rest. It is considered to be a unesco world heritage site.

Malaga:

This town has more to offer than just seaside and sunshine! It was founded by phoenicians and was of great importance in the moorish epoch. Highly interesting historical remains are left in the town.

Costa Del Sol:

The costa del sol stretches along just over 150 kilometers of malaga province and is one of spain's most popular tourist destinations. The area's mild climate is the root attraction that makes it possible to enjoy the beaches and a wide variety of outdoor activities year round.

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