Ciudad Universitaria de Madrid

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His style is similar to the arm of the University (eg, swans), but replacing it by a C and U, Ciudad Universitaria.
We can see in this sewer.
Sculpture of “the torch” in the central Plaza de Ramon y Cajal.
La Ciudad Universitaria de Madrid (Spain), also known as the Moncloa Campus, is a neighborhood located in the district of Moncloa-Aravaca, in the northwest of the city, where you will find most of the faculties and colleges of the University Complutense de Madrid and Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, and over thirty colleges and Facilities of the Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia.
The creation of this area, approximately 5.5 KMA , is the result of development projects carried out around 1927 in which it was intended to bring together the great universities of the city on land donated by King Alfonso XIII. On July 25 the following year was established by royal decree for a national lottery funding for the construction of the campus. During the Spanish Civil War (1936’1939), University City was the scene of major battles during the Franco, during the years 1970, fronts talked university students staged revolts against the regime. Many buildings were later restored power to hide the bullets and destruction caused during the Civil War and subsequent student revolts.
In this area there are marked university environment, in addition to the powers and senates, many student residences, colleges, three sports, a botanical garden and extensive green areas. University City is structured along Avenida Complutense and the Northwest motorway. In the western district of the Moncloa Palace in the northern park of the Dehesa de la Villa. The City University can be accessed by any bus passing or using the metro stations of Madrid called Moncloa, University City and Metropolitan.

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