Central Almond

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The Central Almond (Spanish Almendra central) is a zone of Madrid made of seven districts: Centro, Arganzuela, Retiro, Salamanca, Chamartín, Tetuán, and Chamberí,[1] (even though, sometimes, the Madrid Council includes part of an eighth, Moncloa-Aravaca,[2] specifically the Argüelles yard, all inside the M30 motorway.[3]

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In 1975 1.153.730 people lived there,[4] but since the '90s, population's been decreasing: in 2000 there were 915.318 inhabitants[4] and in 2011 847.686.

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