Mayor Square is not far from Sun Gate Square. It is the main square in Madrid. It was built during the Habsburg Dynasty. Its shape is rectangular, 129 meters long and 94 meters wide. In the center, there is a statue of the builder Philip III riding horse, surrounded by three-storey residential buildings, 237 balconies facing the square, a total of 9 entrances. The bakery house, one of the main buildings in the square, still performs municipal and cultural functions. Its exterior walls are covered with murals, which make people look bright. This square is also the best place for tourists to relax and feel the local customs. The funny thing is that there are also bare-chested people in the Plaza for leisure.