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Lighthouse of Moncloain Madrid, Spain

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A notable TV tower is hundred meters high and provides the best views of the city from its observation deck.
Lighthouse of Moncloa, Madrid
The Lighthouse of Moncloa (Faro de Moncloa) is an impressive TV tower, which is visible from almost any end of the city. It's the most attractive element is a panoramic hall which looks like a flying saucer.

The tower was built in the end of the 20th century. It has become a symbol of recognition Madrid the cultural capital of Spain. It offers a beautiful view of the campus and the city as well.

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In Madrid you will notice the Lighthouse of Moncloa - TV tower with the best observation deck at the top.

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Location: Av. Arco de La Victoria, 2

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from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm

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