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Celebrating 100 years of the Gran Via

Poster 2010

The Gran Vía is the main communications, transit, and cultural artery of the City of Madrid. Inaugurated in 1910 by King Alfonso XIII, the Gran Vía has been, remains, and will continue to be an important emblem of the city of Madrid from the perspectives of commerce, tourism, and leisure. In this latter category, the Gran Vía is famous for its cinemas, which have always been home to the Seventh Art’s most prominent film premieres to the people of Madrid.

In recent years, some of the Gran Vía’s cinemas have been remodeled to host their own versions of musical productions for thecstage, to such an extent that the stretch between the Plaza de Callao to the Plaza de España has become known as "the Broadway of Madrid". However, the Gran Vía will continue to be a cinematographic hub in Madrid, being the symbolic protagonist for film premieres and the exceptional filming location it has always been for both Spanish and international productions

THE GRAN VIA AS A MOVIE SET - PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

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El Día de la Bestia (The Day of the Beast)
El Día de la Bestia (The Day of the Beast)
El Último Caballo (The Last Horse)
El Último Caballo (The Last Horse)
Abre los Ojos (Open Your Eyes)
Abre los Ojos (Open Your Eyes)
Las Chicas de la Cruz Roja (Red Cross Girls)
Las Chicas de la Cruz Roja (Red Cross Girls)
Armas contra la Ley
Armas contra la Ley
El Sol del Membrillo (The Quince Tree Sun)
El Sol del Membrillo
(The Quince Tree Sun)
The Bourne Ultimatum
The Bourne Ultimatum
Mataharis
Mataharis
Los Abrazos Rotos (Broken Embraces)
Los Abrazos Rotos (Broken Embraces)
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