The Plaza Mayor was worked in the midst of Philip III's reign and is a central court in the city of Madrid, Spain. It is discovered only two or three Spanish squares from another prominent court, the Puerta del Sol. The Plaza Mayor is rectangular alive and well, evaluating 129 m × 94 m 423 ft × 308 ft, and is enveloped by three-story private structures having 237 shades going up against the Plaza. It has a total of nine way ways. The Casa de la Panadería Bakery House, serving city and social limits, overpowers the Plaza Mayor.
The celebrated among guests and local people is the Plaza Mayor which has been the scene of innumerable events, in the midst of the Spanish Inquisition were practicated the autos de fe against assembled faithless people and the executions of those condemned to death.There is a bronze statue of King Philip III at the purpose of meeting of the square, made in 1616 by Jean Boulogne and Pietro Tacca is the main intrigue.