Prince's Door and Los Reyes Godos de la Plaza de Oriente are two iconic landmarks in Madrid, Spain. The former is an 18th century, Baroque period door located in the Palacio Real de Madrid, the royal palace. It is said to have once been used by royal family members, although now it is no longer in use. Los Reyes Godos de la Plaza de Oriente is a monument located in the Plaza de Oriente. It was created in honor of King Philip IV, the King of Spain at the time the monument was built in 1636. It is an impressive sight, featuring seven figures representing members of the royal family. The monument is made of bronze, and is a popular tourist attraction in Madrid. Both the Prince's Door and Los Reyes Godos de la Plaza de Oriente offer visitors great sites to admire and photograph.
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