Monasterio de San Pedro de Siresa, Siresa

The Abbey of San Pedro de Siresa (Aragonese: Monesterio de Sant Per de Ciresa, Spanish: Monasterio de San Pedro de Siresa) is a monastery in the Valle de Hecho, (Aragon, Spain). It was constructed between the 9th and 13th centuries, and is the northernmost monastery in Aragon.
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  • It is a corner of art that preserves history from its construction in the 9th to 12th century to the present day, that hardly takes time and that we should not fail to visit!
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  • Cradle of the kingdom of Aragon, fantastic enclave with an extraordinary environment very pleasant to travel by road with the Pyrenees in the background and the lush valleys. The monastery shallow but with...
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  • A beautifully preserved monument with authentic artistic treasures inside. Highly recommended the guided tour.
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  • An ancient monastery, very rustic. If you're near it's worth visiting.
  • I have Always been impressed by the Monastery of San Pedro de Siresa for its grandeur and historical importance at the dawn of the Kingdom of Aragon, there was educated the future king Alfonso I the Battler, the legend tells us that there was the Holy Grail and to visit it takes us to Medieval times. I have visited it on several occasions and have always enjoyed it very much. Very close to Siresa was an old Roman road that communicated the valley of Fact by the port of Palo, with the French Bearne. Inside the temple there is a fragment of stone slab with Roman inscriptions detailing the repair of the roadway.
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  • Magnificent monastery whose origins date back to the origins of the Kingdom of Aragon, located in an exceptional place. It has an interesting furniture heritage that enriches your visit. Of all this heritage would highlight the Romanesque Christ that was discovered buried in 1995.
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  • A must see from the Aragonese Romanesque and the Holy Grail route. There is the baptismal font of Alfonso I the Battler. Spectacular in general and its Christ in particular. Thank you very much to the priest for your kindness.
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  • There is the Church of the former monastery, to which you have to pay entrance to visit it, 2 euros if I remember correctly. Two carvings of the 13th century are worthy of contemplation, especially of the crucified Christ.
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