Examples from the Web for prado
We drove back down the hill, and the driver let me out near the Prado.
Prado was the first name I recognized here since I used to live a few blocks from the Prado museum in Madrid when I was 20.
Walking along the Prado, every time, for better or worse, I pass different versions of myself and of Havana.
Along the Prado they used to sell slaves on the auction block, too.
It was painted by the sight-man Jan Brueghel the Elder in about 1620 and is now in the Prado museum.
In the end he strolled away from the Inglaterra, to the left, and discovered the Prado.The Bright Shawl|Joseph Hergesheimer
She had taken a little furnished house on the Prado for the good of the cause—Por el Rey!The Mirror of the Sea|Joseph Conrad
Another green marble, called verde di Prado, occurs in Tuscany, near the little town of Prado.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Prado testifies that he saw a mad person who continued bound and lying quite naked on his side upwards of fifteen years.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 4 (of 10)|Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
In 1833, for the support of her mother and herself, she made copies of pictures in the Prado on private commissions.Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D.|Clara Erskine Clement
Word Origin and History for prado
public park and promenade in Madrid, 1640s, Spanish, from Latin pratum "meadow" (see prairie). Cf. Prater, large park in Vienna, German, from Italian prato "meadow." French preau "little meadow," formerly praël, Italian pratello are from Vulgar Latin *pratellum, diminutive of pratum.