Madrid is 's capital and largest city, with 3.3 million citizens. A total of 6.5 million people live in the autonomous community of the same name.

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Sol, Letras and Lavapiés are neighborhoods in central , the capital of .

Malasaña and Chueca, as well as Conde Duque and Salesas, are neighbourhoods in northern central .

Chamberí is a middle-class residential district in .

La Latina and Austrias are neighbourhoods in central .


Retiro is a district in eastern-central . While it is dominated by the Retiro Park, it also houses 125,000 residents.

Moncloa-Aravaca is a district in western . It includes several university campuses, the Argüelles neighbourhood and the huge Casa de Campo park.

is a district of . It is located northeast of the centre and is considered to be the poshest neighbourhood of the city.

For the purposes of this guide, districts of Chamartín, Tetuán, Fuencarral, Moncloa-Aravaca, Ciudad Lineal, Hortaleza, San Blas and Barajas are considered as the of .

is a district in southern on the banks of river Manzanares.

For the purposes of this guide, districts of Latina, Moratalaz, Usera, Puente de Vallecas, Moratalaz, Villaverde, Villa de Vallecas and Vicálvaro are considered as the of .

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Abkhazian: Мaдрид, Albanian: Madridi, Amharic: ማድሪድ, Arabic: مدريد, Aragonese: Madrit, Armenian: Մադրիդ, Bashkir: Мадрид, Basque: Madril, Belarusian: Горад Мадрыд, Bengali: মাদ্রিদ, Bulgarian: Мадрид, Burmese: မဒရစ်မြို့, Central Kurdish: مەدرید, Chechen: Мадрид, Chinese: 馬德里, Chinese: 马德里, Chuvash: Мадрид, Corsican: Madridi, Eastern Mari: Мадрид, Egyptian Arabic: مدريد, Erzya: Мадрид ош, Esperanto: Madrido, Extremaduran: Mairil, French: Madrid, Georgian: მადრიდი, German: Madrid, Greek: Μαδρίτη, Hakka Chinese: Mâ-tet-lî, Hawaiian: Makelika, Hebrew: מדריד, Hindi: मद्रिद
Icelandic: Madríd, Irish: Maidrid, Italian: Madrid, Japanese: マドリード, Japanese: マドリード市, Kabardian: Мадрид, Kannada: ಮಡ್ರಿಡ್, Kashubian: Madrit, Kazakh: Мадрид, Kirghiz: Мадрид, Komi-Permyak: Мадрид, Komi: Мадрид, Korean: 마드리드, Kurdish: Madrîd, Latin: Matritum, Latvian: Madride, Lezghian: Мадрид, Lithuanian: Madridas, Macedonian: Мадрид, Malayalam: മാഡ്രിഡ്, Marathi: माद्रिद, Mazanderani: مادرید, Min Dong Chinese: Mā-dáik-lī, Mingrelian: მადრიდი, Mongolian: Мадрид, Nepali (macrolanguage): म्याड्रिड, Newari: माद्री, Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܡܕܪܝܕ, Oriya (macrolanguage): ମାଡ୍ରିଦ, Ossetian: Мадрид, Panjabi: ਮਾਦਰੀਦ
Persian: مادرید, Polish: Madryt, Portuguese: Madri, Russia Buriat: Мадрид, Russian: Мадрид, Rusyn: Мадрід, Samogitian: Madrids, Sanskrit: मद्रिद्, Serbian: Мадрид, Silesian: Madryt, Spanish: La Villa y Corte de Madrid, Spanish: Los Madriles, Spanish: Madrid, Tagalog: Lungsod ng Madrid, Tajik: Мадрид, Tamil: மத்ரித், Tetum: Madríd, Thai: มาดริด, Tibetan: མ་ད་རིད།, Udmurt: Мадрид, Uighur: مادرىد, Ukrainian: Мадрид, Urdu: میدرد, Western Mari: Мадрид, Western Panjabi: مادرید, Yakut: Мадрид, Yiddish: מאדריד, Yue Chinese: 馬德里, Magerit
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