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Catedral del Salvador de Zaragoza, Zaragoza

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The site of La Seo has held many buildings—from a Roman Forum, to a visigothic church, to a mosque, and now the current cathedral. A work of many centuries, the cathedral exemplifies many different architectural styles from Romanesque to Gothic. Walk through the vast chamber and watch the light streaming through the stained glass windows. Take a look at over 20 chapels, each with a unique style, along the walls of the interior. Climb the stairs to the second floor for the tapestry museum, with some pieces dated to the 13th century. Our Zaragoza trip builder makes visiting Catedral del Salvador de Zaragoza and other Zaragoza attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • A magnificent cathedral, extraordinary chapels, gold and money galore, to see and see again, extraordinary.
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  • I was with my partner by visiting it, I liked more than the Cathedral, if you go by Zaragoza must go see it
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  • The outside looks like one of the many churches in the city, a façade without too many frills and a simple steeple, but the interiors are shows, better than those of Pilar. Each chapel is rich in fine details. Admission charge (4 euro) which also includes a museum upstairs, but totally worth it.
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