This street was built in the mid-nineteenth century across from El Pilar so that the central dome of the basilica could be ... More
Calle Alfonso I
This street was built in the mid-nineteenth century across from El Pilar so that the central dome of the basilica could be seen from Calle Coso. It has preserved almost all the buildings of the 19th century. On the 12th of October every year thousands of people dressed in traditional costume bringing flowers to the Madonna El Pilar. The name of the street comes from the king of Aragón Alfonso I, who reconquered Zaragoza in 1118. This area is ideal for purchasing souvenirs and typical products.
The end of Avenida San Sebastian, in Primo de Rivera Park, is cut off by a waterfall which flows down
a long flight of steps. Above this stands the monument to Alfonso I, King of Aragón. There, in the ...
Built by Ricardo Magdalena, it was inaugurated in 1895. The building was the Faculty of Medicine & Science, a hospital
and a morgue. It was surrounded by an iron fence which no longer stands, as it impeded traffic. At ...
A hotel which has been catering to business people and tourists from all over the world for 10 years now.
This two star establishment is housed in a simple four story building. It is surrounded by many ancient buildings ...
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