Plaza de Castilla

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The Caja Madrid Obelisk under construction (15 May 2009).

The Plaza de Castilla (English: Castile Square) is a roundabout in the north of Madrid, Spain.

Situation[edit]

It is situated in the north of the city and is bisected by Paseo de la Castellana, one of the main thoroughfares of the capital, almost at its end. It lies between the districts of Chamartín and Tetuan, and is the hub of the neighborhoods of Castilla, Ventilla and Almenara. Asturias Avenue and the streets of Agustín de Foxá, Mateo Inurria and Bravo Murillo also converge in this place .

The Puerta de Europa Towers are situated at the north end of the Plaza. The Caja Madrid Obelisk is erected directly in the center of the plaza.

Coordinates: 40°27′57″N 3°41′21″W / 40.46583°N 3.68917°W / 40.46583; -3.68917