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File:IBM building in Madrid (1989) 01.jpg

English: View of IBM building in Madrid ( Spain) from the south-east angle ( Avenida de América, avenue). Address: 26-28 Calle de Santa Hortensia (street) in Chamartín district. It was projected by architects Salvador Gayarre, Tomás Domínguez del Castillo and Juan Martín Baranda, and built from 1987 to 1989.
Español: Vista del edificio de IBM en Madrid ( España) desde el ángulo sureste ( Avenida de América). Dirección: nº 26-28 de la Calle de Santa Hortensia, en el distrito de Chamartín. Fue proyectado por los arquitectos Salvador Gayarre, Tomás Domínguez del Castillo y Juan Martín Baranda, y construido de 1987 a 1989.
Date 27 October 2009
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