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Experience the Ministry of Time first hand

By | 15 June, 2016 | 0 comments

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TV series are currently enjoying a high degree of popularity, whether it is because they provide us with a prolonged sense of satisfaction (in comparison to a movie) or because their plot hooks us. The truth is that we are watching more and more TV series all the time and we enjoy them even more if we can recognise parts of our own history in the episodes, also having the chance to relive the scenes in person.

This is the case of the latest great TV series produced by Televisión Española, which takes us back to different periods of Spanish history. You can now experience this series first hand by visiting some of the places where it was filmed. The series we are talking about, of course, is The Ministry of Time (El Ministerio del Tiempo).

Every week, its large cast travel through doors back in time where they have to solve mysteries that, if they were to fail, could change the course of world history. If you are a fan of the TV series and you are visiting Madrid, you can discover its filming locations first hand.

–       The Ministry of Time headquarters, located in Palacio de la Duquesa de Sueca, on Plaza del Duque de Alba, 2 (near El Rastro flea market).

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–       The student residence where the series gathered Lorca, Dalí and Buñuel in the final episode of the first season is located on Calle Pinar, 21-23.

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–       Bar Venteveo is located a flew blocks away from the Ministry, in the Lavapiés district. Julián (one of the stars of the series) travelled back in time here to remember his first kiss with his beloved Maite.

–       The Railway Museum (Museo del Ferrocarril), which we love so much in this blog thanks to the Mercado de Motores event it hosts, was transformed into the famous Hendaye train station where Franco met Hitler in 1940. You can find it on Paseo de las Delicias.

These are just some of the most special locations you can visit if you are a fan of the TV series and Spanish history.

Categories: Madrid Cultura

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