The Puerta del Sol is an open square in Madrid, a standout amongst other known and busiest places in the city. This is the middle of the spiral system of Spanish streets. The square likewise contains the well known clock whose ringers stamp the conventional eating of the Twelve Grapes and the start of another year. The Puerta del Sol contains ious surely understood sights both locally and globally connected with Spain.
On the south side, the old Post Office fills in as the workplace of the President of Madrid, the leader of the local administration of the Autonomous Community of Madrid not to be mistaken for the Madrid City Council, which is housed somewhere else. Additionally on its south side, the square holds a mounted statue of Charles III of Spain, nicknamed "el rey alcalde" "the chairman ruler" because of the broad open works program he get under way.