Print Snow white boulevar. The boulevard of Juan Bravo Street is located in Barrio Salamanca and it extends from Conde de Peñalver Street to Paseo de la Castellana. At its confluence with Velázquez street, we find a statue in honor of this illustrious painter and the embassy of Italy.
The Salamanca district is one of the most important areas of Madrid. Its construction dates from the second half of the nineteenth century and corresponds to the urban expansión, it was built during the reign of Isabel II.
Traditionally Salamanca was an area of residential use, especially inhabited by the political and economic elites of the country. In the last fifty years this residential feature coexists with other activities such as business, diplomatic and especially commercial since it is one of the most important luxury fashion areas of the capital.