sábado, febrero 24, 2007

Sevilla in Madrid


Sevilla subway station in a cloudy day, It´s located in Alcalá street, the longest in Madrid and one of the most ancient. Those spectacular buildings are Banks .


La boca de Metro de Sevilla en un día nublado, está en la calle de Alcalá, la más larga de Madrid y una de las más antiguas. Esos edificios tan espectaculares aunque no lo parezca son bancos. Cuando no se sabe qué hacer con el dinero se ponen cuádrigas y estatuas en el tejado, quién no lo ha hecho alguna vez en su casa…;) lo cierto es que no queda mal.¿no?

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At 24/2/07 14:39, Blogger Gail's Man said...

Interesting design for your underground railway. It's very similar in style to London's.

 
At 24/2/07 15:45, Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Beautiful photo!

 
At 24/2/07 17:31, Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

dsole, there is a town called Sevilla, right? Is Sevilla in Madrid?

 
At 24/2/07 20:54, Blogger Piika said...

I miss Madrid.....

 
At 24/2/07 21:58, Blogger Annie said...

Those ARE spectacular buildings. With the sculptures on top, they could be art galleries instead of banks.

 
At 25/2/07 03:13, Anonymous John said...

Interesting metro sign. Do you have any images of the trains? Its interesting to see the variations from city to city.

 
At 25/2/07 08:28, Blogger Mimmu said...

Banks are just majestic despite cloudy day :)
Have a nice sunny Sunday,dsole!

 
At 25/2/07 08:30, Blogger Lavender Lady said...

Pretty spiffy banks. Local banks...or international?

 
At 25/2/07 11:44, Blogger angela said...

Banks are often housed in splendidly imposing buildings. I wonder why..
Look at those horses on the roof. It must have taken a pretty big crane to get them up there.

Great photo.
Angela

 
At 25/2/07 13:08, Blogger nacho24 said...

Hi everyboby!
Ming_the_Merciless: Sevilla is located in the south-west of Spain,and is the capital of Andalucia

john: you will see the trains soon, i promise ;)

Lavender lady: Banks are (now) international , the building with the horses is Spain's second biggest bank: Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria and the other is the bank Banesto

 
At 26/2/07 17:05, Blogger Dave said...

I know what's up with those nice buildings and banks. Clearly banks are making to much money!!

 

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