Situated in Calle Coso, the ancient Roman street, this building was built in 1914. Its façade was built by Francisco ... More
Situated in Calle Coso, the ancient Roman street, this building was built in 1914. Its façade was built by Francisco Albiñana. The building was erected on the site of a sixteenth-century Renaissance palace that belonged to the noble Coloma family. The Casino Mercantil is a Modernist building and the typical elements of this style are visible in its façade: wrought iron, decoration on the doors and windows, generally with vegetal motifs, and so on. It keeps some original stuccoed ceilings from palaces already disappeared. However it is not open to the public.
This building was built in the 18th century as Casa de Misericordia, an orphanage and poorhouse. The patron of the
city, Ramon Pignatelli, promoted its construction. During the War of Independence this building became a military hospital. In the ...
Located at the end of Avenida Independencia, Plaza Aragón was built to glorify the autonomous region of Aragón, made up
of three provinces: Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel. In the centre of the square, surrounded by gardens, a column rises ...
This three star hotel is just a few steps away from the Gran Vía. Its restrained architecture and use of
exposed brickwork make it blend harmoniously with its surroundings; one of the better preserved parts of the old town. ...