The Royal Palace of Madrid(Palacio Real de Madrid) also refered to as the Orient Palace is the residence of the King of Spain in the city of Madrid, but it is only used for state ceremonies. The palace is located on Bailén Street, in the Western part of downtown Madrid, East of the Manzanares river, and is accessible from the Opera metro station. The palace is partially open to public, except when it is being used for official business.
The palace was constructed by Muhammad I of Corboda. The interior of the palace is very wealthy of art and used all kinds of fine materials in its construction and the decoration of its rooms with artwork of all kinds, including paintings by artists such as Caravaggio, Valazuez and Francisco de Goya. There also good collections of great historical and artistic importance that are preserved in the building are the Royal Armoury, Porcelain, Watches, Furniture and Silverware.