<p><br> Flamenco dancers twirl and stomp at the Jardines del Buen Retiro, a 350-acre (141-hectare) park not far from the Prado Museum.</p>

Flamenco Dancers


Flamenco dancers twirl and stomp at the Jardines del Buen Retiro, a 350-acre (141-hectare) park not far from the Prado Museum.

Photograph by Guido Cozzi/Atlantide

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See Madrid photos in this gallery from National Geographic’s Ultimate City Guide for Madrid.

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