Measures: 35 x 35 cm
Snowy Metrópolis semi-silk scarf, by the Spanish painter Paula Varona, made entirely in Spain. The Metropolis building on Gran Vía in Madrid is one of the most representative buildings in Madrid, which appears in almost all postcards and photos. Icon of the city almost from its birth by its location and the elegance that it gives off, the Metropolis Building hides many secrets and curiosities. Its construction began in 1907 and it took four years to complete it, having been inaugurated on January 21st, 1911. It was necessary to demolish seven houses for its construction. Until 1921, it was the tallest building in Madrid. It is forty-five meters high and has six floors. Originally it was crowned by a bronze statue that represented to Ganímedes on a Fénix.