The Buen Retiro Park is one of the biggest parks of the city of Madrid, Spain. The recreation center had a place with the Spanish Monarchy until the late nineteenth century, when it turned into an open stop.
The Rosaleda rose garden. Among the numerous flower shrubberies of ious sorts stands the Fountain of the Fallen Angel, raised in 1922, whose fundamental model El Angel Caído at the best is a work by Ricardo Bellver 1845– 1924 enlivened by a section from John Milton's Paradise Lost, which speaks to Lucifer tumbling from Heaven. It is guaranteed that this statue is the main known open landmark of Satan.
There are currently craftsmanship exhibitions in the Crystal Palace, Palacio de Velázquez, and Casa de Vacas. In the Retiro Park is likewise the Forest of Remembrance Bosque del recuerdo, a dedication landmark to honor the 191 casualties of the 11 March 2004 Madrid assaults.