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Spain
   has the capital   
Madrid
The site of Madrid has been occupied since prehistoric times. In the year 1329, King Fernando V assembled The Court of Madrid for the first time.
Torre España
   is in   
Madrid
Known in Madrid as the "Piruli" because it looks similar to a lollipop
1956
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
1957
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
1958
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
1959
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
1960
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
1966
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
1998
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
2000
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
2002
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
Madrid
   contains the province   
Madrid
Agencia EFE
   news agency is based in   
Madrid
EFE - Founded 1939.
Madrid
   stands on the   
Manzanares
Spain
Spain
   is the site of   
Monastery and Site of the Escurial, Madrid
Parque De Atracciones De Madrid
   is situated in   
Spain
Madrid
Madrid
   is located in   
Spain
Wines are made for local cafes and bars
1526
      
Treaty of Madrid
Temporarily ends French interests in Italy.
1621
      
Treaty of Madrid
Restores Valtelline to the Grisons and grants Protestants in the region religious freedoms.
1670
      
Treaty of Madrid
Between England and Spain.
1750
      
Treaty of Madrid
Defines the boundaries of the Spanish and the Portuguese colonies in South America, replacing the Treaty of Tordesillas.
1801
      
Treaty of Madrid
Reinforces the Treaty of Badajoz; Portugal also agrees to pay France an indemnity of 20 million francs and surrender half of Guiana.
1891
      
Treaty of Madrid
Gives France legal protection of the word champagne.
Real Madrid FC
   play at   
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Have won the European Cup now Champions League a record 9 times. Present Spanish champions. Former players include Luis Figo who also played for Barcelona and arguably the world's most recognised football player of recent times David Beckham. The current English manager Fabio Capello used to manage the club.
Madrid
   is at   
40°23’N 3°43'W
Spain
Madonna of Madrid
   is a nickname for   
Penélope Cruz
Francisco Goya
   painted   
Allegory of the City of Madrid
1810, oil on canvas; Museo Municipal, Madrid
2014
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
2016
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Real Madrid
Spain
Placido Domingo
   was born in   
Madrid, Spain
1941. Spanish tenor, became one of the most popular opera singers of the 1900’s
Museo Romántico
   is situated in   
Madrid, Spain
Romanticism age
Barajas
   International Airport is in   
Madrid, Spain
Europe's fifth busiest airport and 12th busiest in the world.
Museo Del Prado
   is situated in   
Madrid, Spain
All times, great spanish painters
Madrid, La Rioja, Castilla-La Mancha
   are all   
Regions in Central Spain






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