12 Sights in Zaragoza, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Zaragoza, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 12 sights are available in Zaragoza, Spain.

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1. Museo del Teatro Romano de Caesaraugusta

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The Cesaraugusta Theatre Museum is a space that shows the ruins of the ancient Roman theatre of Zaragoza (Spain) as well as various archaeological remains and models of that time. It is located at Calle San Jorge, n.º 12. A part of its facilities occupy plots corresponding to important mansions of medieval, Renaissance and Baroque times; The monumental and exhibition complex is, on the other hand, located on land of the old Jewish quarter of Zaragoza: for these reasons, the Museum also takes the opportunity to integrate, in a joint vision, interesting remains and samples of the history of Zaragoza through the aforementioned eras.

Wikipedia: Museo del Teatro de Caesaraugusta (ES)

2. Patio de La Infanta Ibercaja

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Con el nombre de Patio de la Infanta se conoce un patio renacentista de 1550 situado actualmente dentro de la sede central de Ibercaja, en la calle de San Ignacio de Loyola de Zaragoza. Se trata del patio interior del palacio residencia de Gabriel Zaporta, un importante comerciante y banquero de origen judío, prestamista de Carlos V. El nombre proviene de la infanta María Teresa de Vallabriga, esposa de Luis de Borbón y Farnesio —hermano del rey Carlos III—, que, ya viuda, regresó a Zaragoza para vivir a partir de 1785 en el Palacio de Zaporta.

Wikipedia: Patio de la Infanta (ES)

3. IAACC Pablo Serrano

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The Aragonese Institute of Contemporary Art and Culture (IAACC), popularly known as Pablo Serrano Museum, is a center dedicated to modern and current art, whose foundational repertoire is a wide collection of works by the Aragonese sculptor Pablo Serrano. In addition, thanks to the private collection Circa XX has examples of Spanish and foreign artists from all over the twentieth century, from Emil Nolde, Pablo Picasso and Calder to Warhol, Jean Tinguely and Anthony Caro.

Wikipedia: Museo Pablo Serrano (ES), Website

4. Museo de Ciencias Naturales de la Universidad de Zaragoza

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The Museum of Natural Sciences of the University of Zaragoza is a museum located in Zaragoza, Spain, which was inaugurated on December 11, 2015 and presents, through fossils of plants and animals, as well as stuffed animals, a history of the planet from its origin to the appearance of Homo sapiens. The museum consists mainly of two collections: that of the old Paleontological Museum and the Longinos Navás collection.

Wikipedia: Museo de Ciencias Naturales de la Universidad de Zaragoza (ES), Website, Opening Hours

5. Parque Grande José Antonio Labordeta

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The Parque Grande José Antonio Labordeta is a park in the city of Zaragoza (Spain) opened in 1929 and located in the district of Universidad. Since its inauguration and for 81 years it was officially called Primo de Rivera Park and popularly as Parque Grande, but after the death of the singer-songwriter and politician José Antonio Labordeta in 2010 the City Council of Zaragoza baptized this park with his name.

Wikipedia: Parque Grande José Antonio Labordeta (ES)

6. CaixaForum Zaragoza

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CaixaForum Zaragoza Turol Jones, un artista de cojones from Villanueva del Cascajal, República Independiente de Mi Casa / CC BY 2.0

CaixaForum is a cultural centre managed by the "la Caixa" Foundation. It is designed for all audiences, with mainly temporary exhibitions and offers a wide cultural, artistic and educational offer. It has an auditorium for 250 people, two large exhibition halls, 760 and 438 square meters, a multipurpose space, three classrooms, a bookstore, a cafeteria, an educational space and a terrace-viewpoint.

Wikipedia: CaixaForum Zaragoza (ES), Website

7. Alma del Ebro

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Alma del Ebro Gremi d'Editors de Catalunya / CC BY-SA 2.0

Jaume Plensa i Suñé is a Spanish visual artist, sculptor, designer and engraver. He is a versatile artist who has also created opera sets, video projections and acoustic installations. He worked with renowned Catalan theatrical group La Fura dels Baus. He is better known for his large sculptures made up of letters and numbers.

Wikipedia: Jaume Plensa (EN)

8. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen

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NuestraSe ñ oradelCarmen Church and the main "virgen del carmen" school are a group of buildings in the Spanish city of Zaragoza, Aragon. Located at No. 8 in Paseo de maAgust í n, its construction dates back to the 1960s and is the fruit of the jos é romero project.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen y colegio mayor Virgen del Carmen (ES), Website

9. Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza

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Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza fernand0 / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Zaragoza Amusement Park is located in the green lung of Zaragoza, the Pinares area of Venice. It occupies an area of 6 hectares and opened its doors on August 1, 1974, thus becoming a benchmark for leisure in Aragon and neighboring regions.

Wikipedia: Parque de Atracciones de Zaragoza (ES), Website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube

10. Iglesia de la Mantería

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Iglesia de la Mantería Turol Jones, un artista de cojones from Villanueva del Cascajal, República Independiente de Mi Casa / CC BY 2.0

The Church of the Mantería or more correctly said Church of Santo Tomás de Villanueva of the former convent of Augustinians of the Mantería is a baroque style church located in Zaragoza, Spain, located in the Plaza de San Roque.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de la Mantería (Zaragoza) (ES)

11. Iglesia de San Fernando

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Iglesia de San Fernando Escarlati / CC BY-SA 2.5

The church of San Fernando, is a neoclassical church of the late eighteenth century located in the city of Zaragoza, (Spain), is attached to the Military Archbishopric of Spain and located on the Via de San Fernando 2 of the city.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Fernando (Zaragoza) (ES)

12. Iglesia del Real Seminario de San Carlos Borromeo

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In the Royal Seminary of San Carlos Borromeo in Zaragoza there is a church, whose brick façade was restored in the seventeenth century after suffering a fire, probably intervening Jaime Busignac y Borbón as master builder.

Wikipedia: Iglesia del Real Seminario de San Carlos Borromeo (Zaragoza) (ES)


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