This is a view of the cupola of the Catedral de Santa María la Real de la Almudena, the only basilica in Spain to have been dedicated by a pope (Saint John Paul II, in 1993). Our Lady under this title is the patroness of Madrid, and today is their patronal feast. There is also a miraculous story that accompanies the Church:
Legend has it that in the 8th century, when the Moors invaded the fortress where Madrid now stands, the people hid an image of the Virgin in the city walls, and only when the city was reconquered in the 15th century did a wall crumble to reveal her presence once again. Some versions suggest that the legendary el Cid found the image in the wall, and the Virgen helped him to retake the city.
How beautiful is the cathedral, even if you don't speak Spanish, enjoy the imagery!