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Because we want to speak to you clearly and offer you more solutions for your needs, we have taken another step forward in our relationship with you. We have made 10 commitments to continue providing you with a quality, fair and transparent service.
Because we want to speak to you clearly and offer you more solutions for your needs, we have taken another step forward in our relationship with you. We assume 10 commitments to continue providing you with a quality, fair and transparent service.
This website is owned by Canal de Isabel II, S.A. (hereinafter, Canal de Isabel II) with Tax Identification Number A86488087 and registered office at Calle Santa Engracia, 125, 28003, Madrid, registered in the Commercial Registry of Madrid in Volume 29,733, Folio 86, Section 8, Page M-534929. Inscription 1ª.
Canal de Isabel II shall not be liable for any unlawful or improper use that third parties may make of any materials, products, trademarks or information not owned by Canal de Isabel II that may appear on this website.

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The company’s objective is to guarantee all its customers the supply of water, in quantity and quality, and to actively contribute to the protection and improvement of the environment for the benefit of society as a whole. To this end, its more than 2,300 employees perform their duties with the utmost efficiency, making use of the most modern technology. This enables the company to position itself as a leader in its sector on an international scale.
Water in Madrid is a luxury, but it was not always so. If we owe the capital’s first sewage system to Charles III, we owe the city’s first drinking water supply system to Queen Isabel II.
The first original section of this engineering work had a total length of 76 kilometers and connected the Pontón de la Oliva reservoir, located in the mountains, with the city. This reservoir was built to hold the water from the Lozoya River and marked the beginning of this great project. Located very close to the town of Patones de Abajo, the water escaped from the dam due to the terrain on which it was built. Currently in disuse, this dam is the oldest in the Community of Madrid and was built by prisoners, between 1851 and 1857, and today is a corner that for its beauty well worth a visit.

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The Canal de Isabel II Hall, located in a former Canal water tank, has become a national and international reference in the world of photography and image, thanks to a line of specialized programming maintained since its inception.
Only dogs that are guides for the visually impaired may access the interior of our exhibition halls. For conservation and safety reasons, access to other animals is not permitted.
The best way to get to the Sala Canal is by Metro as it is located very close to the Ríos Rosas station (Line 1). The Canal (Line 2 and 7) and Alonso Cano (Line 7) stations are also very close.
This building was the first elevated water tank in Madrid. It was built between 1907 and 1911, as part of the distribution project carried out by the engineer Diego Martín Montalvo, to solve the lack of pressure in the network to serve the houses in the upper areas of the Chamberí neighborhood, since it was higher than the historic center.

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Porque queremos hablarte claro y ofrecerte más soluciones para tus necesidades, hemos dado un paso más en nuestra relación contigo. Asumimos 10 compromisos con los que continuar prestándote un servicio de calidad, justo y transparente.
Interesada en toda expresión artística que surja de la relación entre el ser humano y su entorno, nuestra Fundación abre el camino a un amplio abanico de posibilidades, disciplinas y lenguajes, sin perder de vista el objetivo final: animar al visitante a reflexionar sobre los diversos aspectos que inciden en la conservación del medio ambiente y, en particular, sobre la importancia y el valor del agua.