Prado National Museum
Spain, Madrid, Paseo del Prado 16
The Prado National Museum, located in the Spanish capital Madrid, is one of the largest art museums in the world. The building in which the museum is located today was built in 1785 by the architect Juan de Villanueva. But the official opening ceremony of the Royal Museum took place in 1819. Today, the Prado Museum has the most significant collection of Spanish paintings in the world-from the Romanesque period to the XIX century, where the works of outstanding European masters are exhibited, including works by Hieronymus Bosch, Rembrandt, Pieter Brueghel the Elder, Paolo Veronese, Peter Paul Rubens, Raphael Santi, Tintoretto. And also, the most complete collections of works by El Greco, Francisco Goya and Diego Velasquez.