|Community||Community of Madrid|
|• Total||11.43 km2 (4.41 sq mi)|
|• Density||19,970/km2 (51,700/sq mi)|
28017, 28027, 28032, 28033, 28043
Ciudad Lineal (English: Linear city) is a district of Madrid, Spain.
The district is administratively divided into nine wards:
Its name, Linear City, comes from the model of organization by the Spanish architect Arturo Soria y Mata, the linear city, based on the idea of the line. The ‘Ciudad Lineal’ takes a form of a city 400 meters wide, centered on a tramway and a thoroughfare running parallel. The main street in the district has his name, Arturo Soria street. Mariano Belmás Estrada was one of the main architects in the early days.
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