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.
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.
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.
Almagro is a ward (barrio) of Madrid belonging to the district of Chamberí.
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.