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Madrid’s new city hall

The Cibeles Palace (formerly called the Telecommunications Palace or Communications Palace) is a complex made up of two white-fronted buildings located in one of the centers of historic Madrid, Spain. They stand on one side of Plaza de Cibeles in the Jerónimos neighborhood (Retiro district) and occupy around 30,000 square meters of what were the old Buen Retiro Gardens. The choice of the site generated some controversy at the time for depriving Madrid of a place of recreation.

The first stone of the building was laid in 1907 and it would be officially inaugurated on March 14, 1919, beginning its operation as a modern postal, telegraph and telephone distribution center. After some architectural evolutions on the exterior of the building, it began to house the municipal offices of the Madrid City Council at the end of 2007, moving its offices from the Casa de la Villa and Casa de Cisneros, both located in the Plaza de la Villa. This reform of the beginning of the 21st century in the building also included a cultural area called “CentroCentro”.

Self-assembling wooden model, no glue needed

Recommended age: over 14 years old

Assembly time: 5 hours

Pieces: 277

Scale: 1:300

Model dimensions: 38 x 23 x 25 cm

Languages: Spanish and English

Box dimensions: 33 x 19.5 x 3.8 cm

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