Alcal street starts at Puerta del Sol square, crosses Cibeles square and extends for 10km towards the northeast. Its name comes from the city of Alcal de Henares, to which it once led. In its first km the street is lined by a number of elegant buildings in neoclassical style, among them the Edificio Metropolis, the BBVA building with the quadriga and the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum
01 Canalejas square 02 Roof tower 03 Quadriga on BBVA building 04 Hotel door 05 Illuminated building facade 06 BBVA building at night
07 Quadriga on BBVA building 08 BBVA building at night 09 Alcala and Sevilla streets at night 10 Metropolis building at night
11 Metropolis building at night 12 Alcala and Gran Via streets at night 13 Metropolis building at night 14 Metropolis building at night
15 Bank of Spain at night
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