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Lighthouse of Moncloa in Madrid

A notable TV tower is hundred meters high and provides the best views of the city from its observation deck.

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Lighthouse of Moncloa

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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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