Jardín del príncipe de Anglona

It’s located in the Barrio de la Latina one of the most touristic parts of Madrid. It has a garden which is the most important of the square. It exist only one door from the street of the Prince of Anglona to the square of straw it was called “the street without doors” because they were used to communicate the principal castle door to the square of straw.

This green space was a luxury of the residents of the palace and now is very important in Madrid. Was created in 1750 and is one of the few gardens reserved since then. It was designed by Javier Winthuysen in 1920 who was painter and designer of important gardens throughout Spain.

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