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Rising amid the central sierras of Spain, this is the late-night city of Dalí and Hemingway, Ronaldo and Picasso, and those fast-talking ’80s melodramas by Pedro Almodóvar. There is imperial baroque, and post-industrial cityscapes, street markets and seriously good museums. Despite its size and capital status, Madrid was often overlooked by those heading to Barcelona and the coast. But it emerged from Spain’s economic downturn with its head held up high and a renewed appetite for inventive menus, opening up new green spaces such as the Madrid Rio and fresh-faced arts hubs. Plenty of hip cafés, yes, like the ones on Calle Ponzano, but also those family-run joints that have endured for decades—where it’s possible to chow down for a handful of euros. Rather than meeting it head-on, best to approach it through its different barrios, all with different characters, from upscale Salamanca to unbuttoned Chueca and multicultural Lavapiés. And to really feel part of the scene, step out on “La Marcha,” hopping from one vermouth bar to another all evening long and making friends along the way.

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    Madrid (Spain) – all about the city, attractions and photos of Madrid


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      City of Madrid (Spain)

      Madrid is the capital of Spain and the largest city in the country. This is a modern and noisy metropolis, located almost in the center of the Iberian Peninsula. Madrid is the third largest city in the European Union. It constantly buzzes like a disturbed beehive and is filled with vigorous activity and life that does not stop even at night. The capital of Spain may lack the wildness of Barcelona and the charm of Andalusia, but the energy and atmosphere of the city, its cultural and artistic heritage is definitely a reason to visit it.

      Madrid’s architecture is a bit like Paris: wide avenues and beautiful monumental buildings, squares, parks and museums. But, despite the rich history, there are few symbolic attractions that are in the same Paris, Rome or Barcelona. Madrid can rightly be considered one of the cultural capitals of Europe. Over the centuries, the Spanish crown has accumulated masterpieces of art, which are now exhibited in numerous museums. Also, the capital of Spain is famous for its cuisine and nightlife. The concentration of nightlife (clubs and bars) is off scale here.

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      1. Geography and climate
      2. Tourist information
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      4. History
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      Geography and climate

      Madrid is located slightly northeast of the geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula at the foot of the Sierra de Guadarrama mountain range on the banks of the small river Manzanares. Height above sea level – 667 meters.

      The climate is continental with hot dry summers and rather cool winters. It is much colder in Madrid than on the Mediterranean coast. Winters are sometimes quite cold and snowy. But, basically, the temperatures are positive even in the cold period.

      Streets of Madrid

      Tourist information

      1. Population – 3.1 million people.
      2. Area – 604.3 square kilometers.
      3. Language – Spanish.
      4. Currency – Euro.
      5. Visa – Schengen.
      6. Time – Central European UTC +1, summer +2.
      7. Shops are open from 8-9 am to 8-10 pm. Some shops may be closed from 14.00 to 17.00 (siesta) and on Sundays.
      8. You can drink tap water in Madrid.

      Tourist information centres:

      • Plaza Mayor, 27 (Casa de la Panadería)
      • Plaza de Neptuno
      • Ronda de Atocha, s/n (junto al Museo Reina Sofía) 9000 4
      • Plaza de Callao
      • Paseo de la Castellana, 138 – Junto al Santiago Bernabéu
      • Plaza de Cibeles, 1 (Palacio de Cibeles)
      • Avenida Hispanidad
      • Calle Leganitos, 19

      Best visiting time

      The best time to visit Madrid is spring and autumn (off-season). It can be very hot here in summer and quite cold in winter.


      The first mention of the city dates back to the 10th century, when the Emir of Toledo Mohammed I founded the Majirit fortress here. A small town grew up around the fortress, which was conquered by Alfonso VI in the 11th century. From the name of the old Arab fortress most likely comes the modern name of the city.

      Until the 16th century, Madrid was a provincial Spanish city, the development of which largely depended on the state of relations between the Arabs and the Spaniards. Everything changed in 1561, when King Philip II moved the capital of Spain here.

      Avenues of Madrid

      The golden age of Madrid began under King Charles III of the Bourbon dynasty. At this time, famous architects were invited, who significantly changed the appearance of the city. Madrid received many neoclassical buildings and was greatly improved. In 1808, Madrid was captured by Bonaparte’s troops. A few years later, a war of liberation began, which led to a revolution. Subsequently, Ferdinand VII became king of Spain. Under his daughter Isabella II, almost all city fortifications and gates were demolished in order to ensure the rapid growth of the city.

      Madrid underwent further major reconstruction in the late 19th and early 20th century. The capital of Spain received wide avenues and spacious squares, and the Art Nouveau style was the soloist in architecture. In the 40s of the 20th century, many historical buildings and monuments were damaged during the civil war. After Franco’s death and the end of his dictatorship, Spain became a constitutional monarchy.

      Getting there

      Getting to Madrid is easy. This is one of the largest transport centers in Europe. The airport is located 13 km from the center and has four terminals. The most convenient way to get to the historical center are the 24-hour express buses that will take you to the main train station (Atocha). The fare is 5 euros. Payment in cash to the driver. The cost of a taxi is about 30 euros. A 10-minute walk from terminal 1 there is a metro stop (line 5 – green line), which takes you directly to the center. You can also take line 8 (pink line) to Nuevos Ministerios station and then with transfers to the center.

      Streets of Madrid

      The capital of Spain is connected by rail with almost all major cities in Spain and Europe: Barcelona, ​​Paris, Milan, Valencia, Lisbon, etc. Bus service is also well developed.

      Public transport in Madrid is considered one of the best in Europe. The length of the underground lines is second only to the London Underground. Metro and buses have a single ticket. A ticket for five stations costs 1.5 euros, for ten – 2 euros. You can buy a ticket for 1,2,3 … 7 days. A few words about Madrid traffic – we strongly do not recommend moving around the city by car, because in the city center there are often problems with parking and traffic jams.


      Shopping areas and markets:

      • Sol-Salamanca (Gran Vía area) is the most popular shopping area. On Calle Ortega you can find many branded and designer shops. Here is one of the largest shopping centers in Spain – El Corte Inglés.
      • Chueca (Fuencarral Street) – the most avant-garde and modern part of Madrid. Here you can find many shops and restaurants.
      • Calle Toledo – shops with traditional Spanish goods.
      • El Rastro is the largest flea market on Sundays.
      • El Mercado de San Miguel – traditional market.

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      Madrid is famous for its food and typical Spanish cuisine. Traditional dishes worth trying:

      • Gallinejas – roast lamb
      • Callos a la Madrileña – spiced beef in a pot
      • Cocido Madrileño – stew with chickpeas and vegetables
      • Oreja de Cerdo – pork ears in garlic
      • Sopa de Ajo – garlic soup

      Traditional products worth trying meat products (eg jamon), Spanish wine.

      We do not recommend buying the famous paella in street restaurants.


      The main attractions and the most interesting places in Madrid.

      Puerta del Sol

      Puerta del Sol (“Gate of the Sun”) is one of the most famous squares in Madrid and one of the busiest places in the Spanish capital. It is the central point of the city and the radial center of all Spanish roads (Kilometer Zero). In the Middle Ages, there was one of the city gates, which were oriented to the east. Puerta del Sol received its modern form during the reign of Isabella II.

      One of the symbols of Madrid – sculpture “Bear and fruit tree”


      • Large equestrian statue of Charles III.
      • The 20-ton statue “The Bear and the Strawberry Tree” is one of the symbols of the capital of Spain.
      • 18th century post office with clock.

      One of Madrid’s main shopping streets, Preciados, begins in Puerta del Sol.

      Plaza Mayor

      Plaza Mayor (Main Square) – a grand square with arcades, one of the most popular places in Madrid. It was founded in the 17th century during the reign of Philip III. The area has a rectangular shape 12994 meters and is made in the same Spanish baroque style. Plaza Mayor has 9 streets, more than 100 buildings and 400 balconies. In the past, various ceremonies and bullfights were held here. Currently, the Plaza Mayor houses traditional shops and cafes, and a Christmas market is held.

      Points of interest:

      • Bronze statue of Philip III, erected in the first half of the 20th century.
      • Casa de la Panadería – building on the north side of the square with corner towers. It was built during the reign of Charles II.

      Cibeles Square

      Cibeles is one of the most emblematic places in the Spanish capital. The square is located at the intersection of Alcala, Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado. In the center of the square is the famous fountain dedicated to the Roman goddess of nature. This marble sculpture is one of the important symbols of Madrid. The fans of Real Madrid celebrate their victories at this fountain. Each of the square’s four corners is dominated by historic buildings built in the late 18th and early 20th centuries.

      Communications Palace


      • Marble fountain of the 18th century with a sculpture of the goddess Cybele
      • Communications Palace – one of the most beautiful buildings in Cibeles Square, which now houses the city hall.
      • Paseo del Prado Boulevard
      • Linares Palace – Baroque palace of the 19th century.

      Royal Palace

      Royal Palace – one of the main attractions of Madrid. This monumental building was built in the 18th century on the model of Versailles. Interestingly, the palace is not the official residence of the King of Spain, but is used mainly for receptions and ceremonies. The palace is often erroneously called the Palacio de Oriente due to its close proximity to the Eastern Square.

      In the 9th century, on the site of the modern building, there was an Arab fortress of the Muslim state of Toledo. In the 16th century, the kings of Spain built the Alcazar Castle, which was destroyed by fire on Christmas Eve in 1734. The new building began to be built under Felippe V. The famous Versailles served as a model. The palace became the official residence in 1764. Spanish marble and mahogany were used for interior decoration. The interior is decorated with frescoes and paintings by the leading artists of that time – Giakino, Tiepolo, etc. Inside the palace there is an armory and a royal pharmacy.

      Plaza de Oriente

      Plaza de Oriente (East Square) is a square on the east side of the Royal Palace. It was formed in the first half of the 19th century. In the center stands a monument to Philip IV. Also on the square are sculptures that are widely known as Gothic kings. The collection of sculptures includes twenty pieces, corresponding to five kings of the Visigoths and fifteen kings of Spain during the Middle Ages. The building of the Opera House is located on the square.


      Cathedral (Almudena Cathedral) – the main temple of Madrid. The construction of the cathedral began in 1884 under Alphonse XII and was completed only in 1993 year. The religious building was consecrated by John Paul II. The interior of the cathedral is made in neo-gothic style. Interestingly, the temple was built on the site of an ancient mosque.

      Monastery of Encarnacion

      Monastery of Encarnacion is an Augustinian monastery founded at the beginning of the 17th century. The building was built in the Madrid baroque style of brick and stone.

      Plaza de España

      Plaza de España is located near the Royal Palace and Plaza de Oriente. Its main attraction is the monument to Cervantes.

      Gran Via

      Gran Via is the most famous and popular tourist street in Spain. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century. It is famous for its shops, restaurants and clubs. The street ends at the Plaza de España.

      Alcalá Gate

      Alcalá Gate is a neoclassical granite gate in Plaza de la Indepensia, one of Madrid’s iconic landmarks. The gate was built by Francesco Sabatini in the 18th century. They have three large arches and two rectangular aisles. The facade is decorated with a number of decorative elements with groups of sculptures, capitals, reliefs.

      Las Ventas

      Las Ventas – Bullring. Located in the eastern part of Madrid in the Salamanca area. The red brick structure was built in the 40s of the 20th century and can accommodate about 24,000 inhabitants.

      Retiro Park

      Retiro Park is the largest and most famous park in Madrid. Its area is approximately 1.5 square kilometers. The park is located on the outskirts of the historical center. This is a great place for walking.

      Temple of Debod

      Temple of Debod is an unusual monument near the Plaza de España. This ancient Egyptian temple dates back to the second century BC and was donated to Spain in gratitude for helping build the Aswan High Dam.

      Ermita de San Antonio

      Ermita de San Antonio is a small chapel with fantastic frescoes by Goya near the Royal Palace.

      Basilica of San Francisco El Grande

      Basilica of San Francisco El Grande is an 18th century Franciscan church. It has a neoclassical façade and a dome.

      Santiago Bernabeu

      Santiago Bernabeu is one of the most famous football stadiums in the world. Home arena of Real Madrid.

      Major museums:

      • The Prado Museum is the largest and most famous museum in Madrid. It houses over 5,000 paintings that rival the Louvre collection in Paris. Most of the collection are Spanish paintings from the 12th to the early 19th century, many of which are well-known masterpieces. The museum’s exhibits also cover Italian, Flemish, French, British and German painting, as well as neoclassical Italian sculpture.
      • Centro de Arte de Reina Sofía – contemporary art museum. The elegant modern building is reminiscent of the Pompidou Center in Paris. The art collection includes wonderful masterpieces by Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.
      • Thyssen-Bornemisza – Fine Arts Museum. The collection contains about 1000 works of art. The collection spans the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romanticism, Impressionism, Fauvism, Expressionism, Modern Art and Pop Art.
      • National Archaeological Museum – has a rich collection of artefacts from prehistoric times to the 19th century.
      • Lazaro Galdiano Museum – private collection of the financier Galdiano. The museum has an extensive collection of around 9,000 works of art displayed in 30 rooms.

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      About the performance

      “In the process of rehearsals in our creative laboratory, new, sometimes experimental forms of reproducing the wonderful prose of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov and Ivan Alekseevich Bunin appear, transferred to the stage plane, whether it is a drama theater with its inherent psychoanalysis or a plastic theater based on the fact that the great Mikhail Chekhov called “the theater of psychological gesture.” We try to open up new facets for the viewer, and sometimes new meanings in well-known works,” notes Nikita Mikhalkov, the chief director of the performance.


      A.P. Chekhov, I.A. Bunin

      Artistic director of the production:

      Nikita Mikhalkov


      Vera Kamyshnikova

      Alexander Koruchekov

      Roman Lavrov

      Igor Yatsko

      Art director:

      Yuri Kuper

      Costume designer:

      Sergey Struchev


      Victoria Skitskaya


      Pavel Akimkin

      Assistant director:

      Larisa Sergeeva

      Elena Baromykina

      Actors and performers

      “Defenseless creature” A.

      P. Chekhov

      Schukina, bank client:

      Oksana Gilyarova (Kormishina)

      Alexandra Titova

      Kistunov, bank employee:

      George Peradze

      “Madrid” I.A. Bunin


      Giorgi Iobadze


      Ekaterina Nesterova

      “Easy breathing” I.A. Bunin

      Olya Meshcherskaya:

      Polina Borunova

      Head of the gymnasium:

      Tamara Razorenova

      Alexey Mikhailovich Malyutin:

      George Peradze

      Cossack officer:

      Igor Sergeev

      “Nerves” by A.P. Chekhov

      Rozalia Karlovna:

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      Dmitry Osipovich:

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      “A familiar man” A.P. Chekhov


      Evelina Semerikova

      Dr. Finkel:

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      Zhenya Finkelya:

      Tatyana Malyarevskaya

      Behind the screen:

      Sergey Khachaturov

      Alexander Kizhaev

      Igor Sergeev


      Oksana Gilyarova (Kormishina)

      Alexandra Titova

      Tatyana Malyarevskaya

      Marianna Vasilyeva

      “Clean Monday” I.

      A. Bunin


      Giorgi Iobadze


      Ekaterina Nesterova

      “Cold Autumn” I.A. Bunin


      George Peradze


      Julia Vostrilova

      Katya Sergeeva


      Evelina Semerikova

      Sergey Khachaturov

      Polina Borunova

      Igor Sergeev

      Oksana Gilyarova (Kormishina)

      Alexandra Titova

      Alexander Kizhaev

      Tamara Razorenova

      Ekaterina Nesterova

      Tatyana Malyarevskaya

      Polina Shustareva

      Marianna Vasilyeva

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