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Torre Nueva

The Torre Nueva in Zaragoza

For many years, the most important civil symbol of Zaragoza was a thin mudejar tower, named Torre Nueva (New Tower) by the citizens. It was in a narrow space beside the Church of San Felipe, a few metres from the Roman wall. Af...



Renaissance buildings in Zaragoza: Palacio de Sástago

Zaragoza boasts fine examples of Renaissance buildings. The Palace of Sástago is one of them. Currently, this space houses temporary exhibitions of various kinds but visitors can’t miss the story of the building. This Re...



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Zuda Tower Zaragoza Tourism

The Zuda Tower

Since its construction this monument has been an element of great importance in the town planning and the history of Saragossa and was part of the life of its Kings. Located in the northwest corner of the Roman wall, the tower ...



The history of San Valero: patron saint of Zaragoza

On 29 January, Zaragoza holds a festival in honour of its patron saint: San Valero. In addition to different activities carried out in the street by the City Hall and the traditional dessert (the typical “roscón” of San Va...



Central Market Zaragoza

The Central Market: A symbol of Zaragoza

It has more than a century and is located in the same space where the market of the city in the XIII century was built, next to the Roman walls. We speak about the lively and colorful Central Market of Zaragoza, an emblematic b...





 
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