Gran Vía de Colón in the footsteps of Granada

June 22, 2015
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Gran Vía de Colón in the footsteps of Granada

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For people visiting Granada for the first time, Gran Vía de Colón can be a great way of getting a closer view of the history of this city and its people. Old buildings, bars, colourful flowers and even lampposts, pavements and other everyday sights make up a mural displaying the culture and origins of the local community.

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The charm of Ambar marble in Alameda

June 15, 2015
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The charm of Ambar marble in Alameda

Ambar Marble, Dark Emperador Marble

In a project that is continually being updated, like Parque de la Alameda in Málaga, you never get to see all its details and little corners. The park is a space that combines quiet rendezvous spots and places to stroll with the immense expanse of sea nearby and the colourful beauty of flowering plants.

The park of Alameda is over 100 years old and has three footpaths and more than 30,000 square metres of history, styles and restorations; just the place for spending some precious time wandering along its paths, listening to the sound of the waves and letting your soul be purified.

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The Renaissance in the Parliament of Andalusia

June 15, 2015
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Although since it was created, the Parliament of Andalusia has had several homes, it is currently based in the former “Hospital de las Cinco Llagas” building in the capital, Seville. The building has been given a new lease of life and has brought part of Seville’s history and culture to the forefront.

The so-called “Hospital de las Cinco Llagas” or “Hospital de la Sangre” was set up by noblewoman Catalina de Ribera in the first half of the 16th century to treat mostly poor women.

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Travertino Rosa in Santa Lucía, a new hospital concept

June 11, 2015
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Travertino Rosa in Santa Lucía, a new hospital concept

The Travertino Rosa Marble. Santa Lucía University Hospital is in the beauty spot of Los Arcos de Santa Lucía, on the side of a mountain. Its location is no coincidence, as this hospital in Cartagena, Murcia, combines modern, sustainable architecture with an environmentally integrated design concept. The sum of these factors has produced a hospital that can look after people’s health both now and into the future. This is truly a people’s hospital.

Like an oasis, the hospital building stands in a plot of some 160,000 m2 with a built area of 112,000 m2 that has been skilfully designed to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Travertino Rosa

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Terminal T4S at Barajas airport, Madrid’s gateway to the skies

June 2, 2015
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Terminal T4S at Adolfo Suárez International Airport

Rainbow, sea, nature and magic could all apply to Terminal T4S at Adolfo Suárez International Airport (in Barajas, Madrid). A stunning building that blends modernity, architecture and originality to perfection.

With more than eighty years of experience, Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport is the leading gateway to Spain. Lying north west of Madrid, only 12 kilometres from the city centre, the airport has some impressive statistics, with four terminals, two main hangar areas, four runways and an average of 108,661 passengers every day, making a total of more than 39 million a year.

Built to provide improved quality services and consolidate the airport’s position in the world rankings, the new complex includes the current T4S terminal and its satellite building, T4S, covering more than 750,000 m2 and with two runways and an annual handling capacity of over thirty million passengers.

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Harmony in Gibraltar airport

June 1, 2015
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Set on a fantastic strip of land linking the rock with Línea de la Concepción, Gibraltar Airport is in complete harmony with its surroundings. The meticulous and apt choice of materials used for building and decorating the airport created a modern space that fits in very well with everything around it.

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