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List of equestrian statues in Spain

This is a list of equestrian statues in Spain.

See also: List of equestrian statues by country



  • Equestrian of King Felipe IV by Pietro Tacca at the Plaza de Oriente. It was inaugurated in 1843. The bronze equestrian statue was made between 1634 and 1640 by Pietro Tacca, who requested Galileo Galilei's advice to achieve its stability: rear part is solid and front is hollow
  • Equestrian of Prince Baldomero Espartero by Pablo Gibert, 1886. Probably the best known equestrian sculpture in Spain.
  • Equestrian of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, part of the Monument to Cervantes by Lorenzo Coullaut Valera at the Plaza de España, 1930.
  • Equestrian of King Alfonso XII by Mariano Benlliure at the Retiro Park, 1909.
  • Equestrian of General Martínez Campos by Mariano Benlliure at the Retiro Park, 1907.
  • Equestrian of Queen Isabella of Castile by Manuel Oms Canet, 1883.
  • Equestrian of King Philip III by Giambologna and Pietro Tacca at the Plaza Mayor, 1848.
  • Equestrian of King Carlos III at the Puerta del Sol. Made by Miguel Ángel Rodríguez and Eduardo Zancada in 1994. The statue is a replica of a smaller one sculpted by Juan Pascual de Mena in the 18th century.
  • Equestrian of José de San Martín in the Parque del Oeste, 1961. The statue is a replica of the one in Buenos Aires by Louis-Joseph Daumas, 1862.
  • Equestrian of Manuel Gutiérrez de la Concha by Andrés Aleu, 1885.
  • An aluminium equestrian Los Portadores de la Antorcha (The Torch Bearers) by Anna Hyatt Huntington at the Plaza de Ramón y Cajal (square) in the Ciudad Universitaria, 1955.


  • Equestrian of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.


  • Equestrian of King Fernando I in front of the Palacio de Nájera.


  • Equestrian of Hernando de Soto in the Barcarrota.


  • Equestrian of Count Ramon Berenguer III.


  • Equestrian of El Cid Campeador outside the entrance of the Burgos Cathedral.


  • Equestrian of Simón Bolívar.


  • Equestrian of General Gonzalo de Córdoba, (Gran Capitán), by Mateo Inurria, 1923. The head is a portrait of El Lagartijo, a famous bullfighter.

Jerez de la Frontera

  • Equestrian of Miguel Primo de Rivera at the Plaza del Arenal.


  • Equestrian of Prince Baldomero Espartero at the Paseo del Príncipe de Vergara Plaza.


  • Equestrian of General Juan Prim by Lluís Puiggener at the Plaça de Prim, 1891.


  • Equestrian of General Franco at the Plaza del Ayuntamiento.


  • Equestrian of King Fernando III at the Plaza Nueva.


  • Equestrian of Francisco Pizarro by Charles Rumsey at the Plaza Major, 1926.


  • Equestrian of Don Quixote.


  • Equestrian of James I of Aragon, by Agapit Vallmitjana, 1886.


  • Monument to Cavalry in Battle of Annual in front of the Academia de Caballería.


  • Equestrian of General Miguel Ricardo de Álava, as part of the Battle of Vitoria Monument, at the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca.


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