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Here you can find interesting sights in Zaragoza, 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 7 sights are available in Zaragoza, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Zaragoza
1. Museo del Teatro Romano de Caesaraugusta
The Museum of the Theater of Cesaraugusta is a space in which the ruins of the ancient Roman theater of Zaragoza (Spain) as well as various archaeological remains and models of that time are shown. It is located at Calle San Jorge, nº 12. A part of its facilities occupies plots corresponding to important houses of medieval, Renaissance and Baroque times; the monumental and exhibition complex is, on the other hand, located on the grounds of the old Zaragoza Jewish quarter: for these reasons, the Museum takes the opportunity to also integrate, in a joint vision, interesting remains and samples of the history of Zaragoza through the aforementioned times.
2. Patio de La Infanta Ibercaja
The 1550 Renaissance courtyard, known as the Baby Courtyard, is currently located within the Bercaja headquarters on San Ignacio de Loyola Street in Zaragoza. It was the interior courtyard of the palace residence contributed by Gabriel Z, an important businessman and banker of Jewish descent, and Carlos' lender V. The name comes from Infanta Teresa maria of Vallabriga, wife of Borbon and Farnesio Luis-brother of King Carlos iii-who had been widowed and returned to Zaragoza in 1785 to live at the Zaporta Palace.
3. IAACC Pablo Serrano
The Aragonese Institute of Contemporary Art and Culture (IAACC), popularly known as the 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.
4. CaixaForum Zaragoza
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, of 760 and 438 square meters, a multipurpose space, three classrooms, a bookstore, a cafeteria, an educational space and a terrace-viewpoint.
5. Museo de Ciencias Naturales de la Universidad de Zaragoza
The Natural Science Museum of Zaragoza University is a museum located in Zaragoza. Spain was completed on December 11, 2015. Through fossils of plants and animals and dry animals, it shows the history of the earth from its origin to the emergence of Homo sapiens. The museum consists mainly of two collections: the Museum of Paleontology and the Navas Longinos Collection.
6. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen
The church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen and the "Virgen del Carmen" residence hall is a group of buildings in the Spanish city of Zaragoza, Aragon. Located at number 8 of paseo de Mª Agustín, its construction dates from the 1960s, the result of a project by José Romero.
7. Iglesia del Real Seminario de San Carlos Borromeo
In the Royal Seminary of San Carlos Borromeo of 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.
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