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File:Palacio de las Artes e Industrias (Madrid) 01.jpg

English: View of the so-called Palacio de las Artes e Industrias from Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz (square) in Madrid ( Spain). It was projected in 1881 by Fernando de la Torriente and built from 1881 to 1886. Building is nowadays shared by the National Museum of Natural Sciences and the Technical School of Industrial Engineering (part of the UPM).
Español: Vista del llamado Palacio de las Artes e Industrias desde la Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz de Madrid ( España). Fue proyectado en 1881 por Fernando de la Torriente y construido de 1881 a 1886. Hoy en día el edificio es compartido por el Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales y la Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales (parte de la UPM).
Date 4 February 2009
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Author Luis García ( Zaqarbal)
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