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Castillo de Montearagon, Quicena
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Castillo de Montearagón is a ruined castle located near of Huesca. It is one of the many castles, which were built in 10-11th Century by Crusaders to reconquer Iberian Peninsula to the Muslims, locate... read more »
Lo visitamos despues de comer, para bajar un poco la comida. Nos comentaron que tiene mucha historia pero la verdad es que no está muy bien cuidado. No cobran entrada, pero tampoco hay explicaciones, ... read more »We visit it after eating, to lose a little food. They told us that it has a rich history but the truth is that it is not well maintained. Do not charge entry, but there are explanations, or guided tours. That Yes, the view from the Castle are great.show original
Castillo en ruinas, no merece la pena perder el tiempo en ir. Lo unico bueno las vistas. Si teneis tiempo os aconsejo castillo de Loarre, nada que ver y a años luz de este!!Castle in ruins, not worth wasting time on go. The only thing good views. If you have time I advise Loarre Castle, nothing to do and this light years!show original
Nice and typical castle overlooking the area and standing out as a nice monument. Look on it from far, as you get closer the magic seems to go away and there are many similar sites along the way
Dasha LisichkinaCute place. The ruins of the Castle. You can walk through the fields-an hour and a half, two from Centre of Huesca. Public transport there. Beautiful viewshow original
Diego PérezAlthough it is mostly in ruins, it has beautiful views and is a good place to observe the sunsets in Huescashow original
JOSE ANTONIO Uhalte SevillaLllegamos a day in early October, 2014, at dusk. Windy, cool. Long enough until it nightfall on the Castle monastery and Huesca in front just a few kilometres. Quick walk around the netorno amuralladoy inside her. ... Impression of abandonment, despite the reinforcement of walls, towers and windows which close is the castle of Loarre and Super conservation! On my visit I have edited an album on google +. Overnight stay in Quicena, publecito on the plain, but safe. The magnificent dawn: agur Montearagón, I ask about your when I picked up.show original
Edgar EspierrezBeautiful ruins in the sierra de Montearagón castilllo-fortress Abbey, cradle of Kings of Aragon, a must-see if you're visiting Huesca.show original
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