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  • 1 Zaragoza cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    E - 50000 Zaragoza

    The Seo, or cathedral of Zaragoza, encompasses a range of architectural styles from Romanesque to Churriguresque, but it is the Gothic style which dominates here. Five naves of equal height lend an impressive appearance to this interior. The Gothic a..

  • 2 Palacio de la Aljafería Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Diputados, s/n E - 50004 Zaragoza

    An 11C Arab palace built by the Bennihud family, the Aljafería was redesigned for the kings of Aragon and later for the Catholic Monarchs. It was given over to use by the Inquisition before being turned into a barracks. It is divided around a rectang..

  • 3 Tapestry museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    E - 50000 Zaragoza

    The cathedral of Zaragoza owns an impressive collection of some 60 Gothic tapestries displayed in rotation in its Museo de Tapices. Exhibits include the Sailing Ships, the Crucifixion and the Passion. All are French or Flemish, woven in Arras or Brus..

  • 4 Commodities Exchange Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. del Pilar E - 50003 Zaragoza

    Like Valencia, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca and other trading towns in the kingdom of Aragon, Saragossa in the 16C had a Commodities Exchange. These buildings, in transition from Gothic to plateresque, count among the finest examples of civil archite..

  • 5 Our Lady of the Pillar Interesting

    Religious buildings

    E - 50003 Zaragoza

    The present monument, Saragossa's second cathedral, was designed by Francisco Herrera the Younger around 1677. It is a quadrilateral, supported at regular intervals by buttresses and illuminated by a central dome. Cupolas, adorned with frescoes, some..

  • 6 Pablo Gargallo Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    pl. San Felipe 3 E - Zaragoza

    This Renaissance and Baroque palace and its remarkable patio are home to a museum devoted to the great Aragonese sculptor Pablo Gargallo. The artist, a friend of Picasso and Juan Gris and who spent his life between Barcelona and Paris, worked mainly ..

  • 7 Plaza de la Seo and Plaza del Pilar Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - Zaragoza

    These two squares form a vast esplanade on the River Ebro and are the setting for Zaragosa's finest monuments: the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar and the Seo or Cathedral of San Salvador. They are also a popular evening meeting point for the lo..

  • 8 Camón Aznar Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    calle Espoz y Mina 23 E - Zaragoza

    This museum has as its core the collections of historian José Camón Aznar (1898-1979) and his wife. Occupying a fine Renaissance palace, the Casa Alguilar, it displays a large selection of paintings from the 15C to the 20C, including El Greco's Penit..

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