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The Puente del Rey, or the King's Bridge is a bridge that spans the River Manzanares connecting the left bank with the royal palace, which at the time was in the process of being built after the Spanish capital moved to Madrid.
It's a fairly...More
Puente del Rey is a 19th century bridge, originally constructed for the exclusive use of the royals. However over time the bridge was widened and eventually became a public bridge. Today it's a pedestrianised area and it makes crossing the river at that point a...More
Puente del Rey or Bridge of the King is located in Rio Madrid and connects the Puerta de San Vincente to Casa Campo. It was earlier meant for the exclusive use of the Royalty as they traveled from the Royal Palace to the Casa Campo...More