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The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Spain, which used in ceremonies of state, but does not dwell on it.

The origin of the palace dates from the ninth century when the Muslim kingdom of Toledo built a defensive later used by the kings of Castile, which in the sixteenth century, they built the Old Fortress.

Destroyed by fire on Christmas Eve 1734, Philip V wanted the New Palace occupying the same site. All construction was vaulted in stone and brick, wood, so that no fire could destroy.
The works were carried out between 1738 and 1755, Carlos III established his residence in it in 1764.

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