6 Sights in Aranjuez, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Aranjuez, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Aranjuez, Spain.

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1. Cuarteles de las reales guardias españolas y valonas

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The barracks of the Spanish and Walloon Royal Guards are two neoclassical buildings, almost identical, built at the site of the Royal Aranjues, south of Madrid, and built by French architect Jaime Marquet between 1770 and 1772. Its role is to accommodate the Royal Guards of the Royal Guards, who are the protagonists of Royal Day, and the parade is designed to promote the strength of the absolute monarchy of the people of the Plains. These two buildings are located on both sides of the central axis of the staff that originally formed the star beam. This is a garden at the foot of the main facade of Aranjuez Palace, which is the venue of these parades. It is currently in a regrettable state of protection.

Wikipedia: Cuarteles de las reales guardias españolas y valonas de Aranjuez (ES)

2. Jardín de la Isla

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The Garden of the Island is a historic garden located north of the Royal Palace of Aranjuez. It is one of the main gardening works of the Spanish Renaissance next to the Casa de Campo in Madrid. Since 1931 it has been an Asset of Cultural Interest and since 2001 it has been a World Heritage Site as part of the declaration cultural landscape of Aranjuez.

Wikipedia: Jardín de la Isla (Aranjuez) (ES)

3. Jardín de Isabel II

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The Isabel II Garden is a historic garden located next to San Antonio Square in Aranjuez. It is the city's first garden for public use and probably the first of its kind in Spain. It has been of cultural significance since 1931 and has been a World Heritage site since 2001 as part of the Aranjuez Declaration on Cultural Landscapes.

Wikipedia: Jardín de Isabel II (Aranjuez) (ES)

4. Jardín del Parterre

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Flower Bed Garden is a garden with a long history, adjacent to Lanjuez Palace. It is one of the few examples of Spanish classic French gardening. It has been of cultural significance since 1931 and has been a World Heritage site since 2001 as part of the Aranjuez Declaration on Cultural Landscapes.

Wikipedia: Jardín del Parterre (Aranjuez) (ES)

5. Jardín de la Reina

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The Queen's Garden is a historic garden located next to the Royal Palace of Aranjuez. Since 1931 it has been an Asset of Cultural Interest and since 2001 it has been a World Heritage Site as part of the declaration cultural landscape of Aranjuez.

Wikipedia: Jardín de la Reina (Aranjuez) (ES)

6. Iglesia de San Antonio

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Iglesia de San Antonio Dirección General de Turismo. Consejería de Economía e Innovación Tecnológica. Comunidad de Madrid. / CC BY 3.0 es

The Church of San Antonio is a church located in Aranjuez, in the Community of Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO within Aranjuez Cultural Landscape in 2003.

Wikipedia: San Antonio de Padua, Aranjuez (EN)

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