Plaza de la Villa (Town Square) is a picturesque small square in the heart of Madrid, Spain, not far from the much larger Plaza Mayor (Major Square).
Constructed between 1644 and 1696, the largest building at the square is the former Town Hall or Casa de la Villa (ayuntamiento). The building served both as Town Hall and Prison. In 2007 the grander Palacio de Comunicaciones took over the role of Madrid’s Town Hall.
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