HEAD TO MADRID FOR THE MENINAS

HEAD TO MADRID FOR THE MENINAS

November has been a busy month for Madrid. Not only is the bustling city gearing up for Christmas, it has also hosted it’s annual open air art exhibition, based on Diego Velázquez iconic painting, Las Meninas.

With artists designing eighty, 1.8-metre-tall figures, which have been commissioned to form an open air gallery around the city, locals and visitors have been exploring many of the national landmarks and hidden treasures to track them down.

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