Chamberí

Chamberí, Madrid, Área metropolitana de Madrid y Corredor del Henares, Community of Madrid, 28001, Spain
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Chamberí (Madrid Metro) (Q482378)
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Chamberí is a defunct metro station on the Line 1 of the Madrid Metro. Being one of the original 8 metro stops of the Madrid Metro, the station has been closed since May 22, 1966. It has been operating as a museum since 2008. \n

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Secretariat of State for Security (Q6123218)
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The Secretariat of State of Security of Spain is a department within the Ministry of the Interior. The Secretariat was founded in 1986, originally called General Direction of Security. The Secretariat of State is ruled by the Secretary of State of Security that is the second in command of the Ministry (the equivalence in the United States would be Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security).\n

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Madrid Metro Line 10 (Q1760090)
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Line 10 of the Madrid Metro is a rapid transit line in Madrid that is actually the product of two formerly separate lines. Today the route begins at Hospital Infanta Sofía (San Sebastián de los Reyes) and ends at Puerta del Sur (Alcorcón). Passengers must transfer at Tres Olivos between the "line 10A" segment, which covers the portion of the route south of the station, and "line 10B," which extends north to Hospital Infanta Sofía.\n

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School of Mining Engineering of Madrid (Q7432518)
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The School of Mining Engineering of Madrid (Spanish: Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Minas y Energia) is located in calle Ríos Rosas, Madrid, Spain. It is one of the engineering schools of the Technical University of Madrid which was founded in 1971 through the integration of the Higher Technical Schools.\n

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Palace of Villamejor (Q7126259)
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The Palace of Villamejor (Spanish: Palacio de Villamejor) is a palace located in Madrid, Spain. The state purchased it in 1914 to serve as the residence of the Prime Minister, a role that it maintained until 1976, when Adolfo Suárez moved the official residence over to the Palace of Moncloa. The palace now houses the Ministry for Territorial Policy. It was declared a Property of Cultural Interest (Spanish: Bien de Interés Cultural) in 2003.

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Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España (Q2822372)
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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Spain (Spanish: Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España) is a Spanish professional organisation dedicated to the promotion and development of Spanish cinema. Founded in 1986, it is responsible for the annual Goya Awards, Spain\'s principal film awards.\n

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Instituto Valencia of Don Juan (Q15228732)
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The Instituto Valencia of Don Juan (Spanish: Instituto Valencia de Don Juan) is located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1981.

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Church of San Fermín de los Navarros (Q5117094)
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The Church of San Fermín de los Navarros (Spanish: Iglesia de San Fermín de los Navarros) is a church located in Madrid, Spain. It is dedicated to Saint Fermin (who is associated with Navarre), and replaces an earlier church dedicated to the saint which was demolished to make way for the Bank of Spain.\n

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Estadio del Hipódromo (Q5898496)
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The Hipódromo de la Castellana, also known as the Estadio del Hipódromo, was a sports facility dedicated to horse racing located on the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid, Spain.\nThe racecourse was opened in celebration of the wedding of Alfonso XII and María de las Mercedes de Orleans 31 January 1878. \n

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Embassy of Colombia, Madrid (Q5369631)
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The Embassy of Colombia in Madrid is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of Colombia to the Kingdom of Spain; it is headed by the Ambassador of Colombia to Spain. It is located in the Salamanca district of Madrid, near the Church of San Fermín de los Navarros, the Sorolla Museum, the IE Business School, and the Palace of Bermejillo, precisely at Paseo General Martínez Campos, 48 at the intersection of Calle Fortuny, and it is serviced by the Rubén Darío station.

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Palacio de Indo (Q25112802)
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Palacio de Indo was a palace located in the Paseo de la Castellana (Madrid).\n

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Teatro Chueca (Q5562167)
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Teatro Chueca was a theatre on the Plaza de Chamberí in Madrid, Spain. It was built in 1925.\n

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CEU San Pablo University (Q32821)
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CEU San Pablo University (Spanish: Universidad CEU San Pablo) is a private Catholic university in Madrid.\n

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Operation Galaxia (Q1715348)
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Operation Galaxia (Spanish: Operación Galaxia) was the codename given to the plan which preceded the 23-F attempted coup d\'état in Spain. It was named Galaxia, because the officers who took part met in Cafetería Galaxia in Madrid (later known as Van Gogh Café, as of 2019 it\'s a Taco Bell), on 11 November 1978.\n

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