When seen from across Plaza de Cibeles, you are convinced this Gothic structure with its 230 foot central tower is a magnificent cathedral. However, the 1909 design of the Communications Palace by Antonio Palacios was the headquarters for Correos, Spain’s postal, telegraph and telephone service. It also housed the Postal and Telegraphic Museum. Since 2007, it has served as City Hall for Ayuntamiento de Madrid, the City Council. There is also a cultural center inside called CentroCentro.