Great Cities of Europe Volume 2
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Brussels The de facto capital city of the European Union (EU) and the largest urban area in Belgium. The city is now the headquarters for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), making it a polyglot home of many international organizations, politicians, diplomats and civil servants. Belgium has had a renowned artist scene for many years.
London The capital city of England and the United Kingdom. Originally founded by the Romans, London's influence in politics, finance, education, entertainment, media, fashion, the arts and culture in general contributes to its prominence as a business center and tourist destination. London was the home to many famous authors, including Shakespeare, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Charles Dickens, and is fondly famous for giving us the rock British Invasion.
Madrid The capital and largest city of Spain and residence of the Spanish monarch. Due to its economic output, standard of living, and market size, Madrid is considered the major financial centre of the Iberian Peninsula. Madrid is one of the top European destinations concerning art museums. Madrid hosts the largest bullring (seating cap. 25,000) in Spain, Las Ventas, and is considered by many to be the world center of bullfighting.