In earlier communications we have called attention to the existence of very tight spiral formations in the nuclei of some galaxies, particularly of the early type barred spirals, proposing a mechanism for their formation (Pişmiş and Moreno 1984). These kiloparsec-scale structures are loosely termed “rings” but their overall morphology suggests strongly that the image is a tightly wound double spiral usually delineated by knots of emitting material, “hot-spots”. A striking characteristic of these spirals is their very high luminosity compared to the outer regions of the galaxy. 26 galaxies with “nuclear” spirals are listed by Buta, thesis. A systematic search with short exposure high resolution imagery may reveal many more nuclear spirals. NGC 4736 (Sb) though not a barred spiral has a well defined inner spiral delineated by very luminous H II regions.