Nuevos Ministerios is a government complex in central Madrid, Spain. Ministries based in the complex include the Ministry of Public Works and Ministry of Employment and Social Security. It is located in the block delimited by the Paseo de la Castellana, the Raimundo Fernández Villaverde street, Agustín de Betancourt street and the San Juan de la Cruz square.
The Ministry of Development (Spanish: Ministerio de Fomento) is the government ministry in Spain responsible to prepare and implement government policy on land transport infrastructure, air and maritime jurisdiction of state and control, manage and regulate administrative services transport, manage and direct all postal and telegraph services, state services related to astronomy, geodesy, geophysics and mapping and to plan and program their investments.
Chamberí is one of the 21 districts of Madrid, Spain and organized administratively into six neighborhoods (Gaztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Almagro, Ríos Rosas y Vallehermoso). Chamberí forms part of Madrid's Central Almond, with a population of around 150,000.
Line 7 of the Madrid Metro originally opened on 17 July 1974 between Pueblo Nuevo and Las Musas. On 17 May 1975, the line was extended from Pueblo Nuevo to Avenida de América and for many years, this remained the length of Line 7. This was a problem as line 7 was very scarcely used. This was solved in 1998 and 1999 when an extension to Pitis was opened in four stages. First, it was opened between Avenida de América and Gregorio Marañón on 1 April 1998, then between Gregorio Marañón and Canal. Thirdly between Canal and Valdezarza and finally between Valdezarza and Pitis. Pitis however is the only station on the Madrid metro to have restricted opening times. This is because Pitis is a very small village, and the station's main purpose is to provide interchange for Renfe services. So most trains only run as far as Lacoma.
Ríos Rosas is a station on Line 1 of the Madrid Metro.
Guzmán el Bueno is a station on Line 6 and Line 7 of the Madrid Metro located underneath the Avenida de la Reina Victoria between the neighborhoods of Vallehermoso in Chamberí district and Ciudad Universitaria in Moncloa-Aravaca district in Madrid. It is in Zone A. The station was named after the medieval Spanish nobleman Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, known as Guzmán el Bueno ("Guzmán the Good").
Nuevos Ministerios is a major multimodal rail station on the Madrid Metro and the Cercanías Madrid commuter rail network. It is located beneath the Nuevos Ministerios (New Ministries) government complex and the AZCA financial center at the intersection of the Paseo de la Castellana and Joaquín Costa and Raimundo Fernández Villaverde streets in Madrid, Spain. It services the districts of Tetuán, Chamberí, and Chamartín. The station serves Metro Line 6, Line 8, and Line 10, as well as Cercanías Lines C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-7, C-8, and C-10. It is located in Metro fare zone A and Cercanías fare zone 0.
Columbus Towers or Torres de Colón is a highrise office building composed of twin towers located at the Plaza de Colón in Madrid, Spain. The building constructed in 1976 was designed by the architect Antonio Lamela.
The Ministry of Labour, Migrations and Social Security is the ministerial department of the Government of Spain created on 2011 with competences to develop the government's policy in Employment, Social Security, Foreigners, Immigration and Emigration. The department was called the Ministry of Employment and Social Security from December 2011 to June 2018.
The Instituto Geográfico Nacional (IGN), or National Geographic Institute is a Spanish government agency, dependent on the Spanish Ministry of Public Works. It is the national mapping agency for Spain, together with the Centro Nacional de Información Geográfica (CNIG).
Estadio de Vallehermoso is a multi-use stadium in Madrid, Spain. It is currently used mostly for athletics competitions, including the Meeting de Atletismo Madrid. The stadium has a capacity of 12,000 spectators.
Vallehermoso is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
The Homeopathic Institute and Hospital of San José (Spanish: Instituto Homeopático y Hospital de San José) is a Spanish homeopathic facility founded in the 19th century. It is located in the Chamberí district of Madrid.
Gaztambide is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
Ríos Rosas is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
Trafalgar is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
Arapiles is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
Almagro is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
The Hospital of Maudes (Spanish: Hospital de Maudes) is a former hospital located in Madrid, Spain. It is a complex of buildings including a church. The buildings are linked apart from accommodation for infectious diseases.
The Church of La Milagrosa, formerly Church of San Vicente de Paul, is a Roman Catholic church in Madrid, Spain. With an area of 900 square metres (9,700 sq ft), it is situated on Calle García de Paredes, west of the InterContinental Madrid. The church was built between 1900 and 1904 under the architects Juan Bautista Lázaro de Diego and Narciso Clavería y de Palacios. The architecture is eclectic, exhibiting Neo-Mudéjar features on the exterior and mainly Neo-Gothic features in the interior.
Scuola Statale Italiana di Madrid or the Istituto Italiano Statale Comprensivo "Enrico Fermi" is an Italian international school in Madrid, Spain. Owned by the Italian government, it has scuola primaria, scuola media, and liceo levels.
The Community of Madrid (English: ; Spanish: Comunidad de Madrid [komuniˈðað ðe maˈðɾið]) is one of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain. It is located in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula, and of the Castilian Central Plateau (Meseta Central). Its capital is the city of Madrid, which is also the capital of the country. The Community of Madrid is bounded to the south and east by Castilla–La Mancha and to the north and west by Castile and León. It was formally created in 1983, based on the limits of the province of Madrid, until then conventionally included in the historical region of New Castile.