The gates of Europe – two tower skyscrapers in the Plaza de Castilla, built at an angle of 15 ° to the surface of the base. The buildings were designed by American architects D. Burge and F. Johnson in 1996. The towers are 114 meters high and contain 25 floors; private helipads are located on the roofs. This attraction has become a symbol of modern Madrid.


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