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This is a catholic temple in Zaragoza, and is originally made out of a Christian chapel from the III – IV century. This Christian cult place was kept as a church during the “Visigoth” period. In the middle of the XV century, Juan II de...More
Its free - always good- but also its a great building with a quirky crypt area and a nice patio bit out back. Give a little donation if you want, but theres no pressure at all and locals seem content to sit and enjoy the...More
The Iglesia de Santa Engracia is a basilica church in Zaragoza. The Basilica was built on the spot where Saint Engracia and her companions were said to have been martyred in 303 AD and are buried in the crypt of the Basilica. It is also...More
When you're in Zaragoza, there's plenty of things that make you realize just how old the city really is.
When you're walking down Paseo de Independiencia, you might not even know that this gorgeous church is right around the corner.
I'd advise you to look...More