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Iglesia Parroquial de San Pablo, Zaragoza
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  • It is a different Church in Zaragoza, in the sense of that still preserves intact some of their traditions. Here still celebrated San Blas, San Antón, day that is filled with street people and environment invites you to celebrate it all. The Church is beautiful. I recommend the guided tour. If combináis it with a good Vermouth in, for example, the tavern of the shield, as you have a perfect morning
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  • It IS the third Cathedral in the District of the same name known also as "The hook". The style is mudejar Gothic from the 13TH century. The altarpiece is of 16TH century Damián Forment, facades the best is which gives to the street San Blas, alabaster Gothic-style, with a Renaissance-style wooden eaves. It has an octagonal brick Tower of the mejorcito of this art, with 7 bodies, the first two are not to be in the interior of the Church, in the fifth is where you see two windows, the sixth has three windows and the last tiles, over there is a capital in the form of a pyramid and a ball at the top.
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  • The Church itself worth, and even more so if the guided tour that includes claustra, Tower and Church. Entertaining, interesting and educational, in charge of a very knowledgeable guide. Schedule of visits and other information can be found on their website. sanpablozaragoza.org eye, which I believe, there is a "Mudéjar" guided tour organised by the Town Council which includes this church but offered an absurd calendar (a month? seriously??)
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  • A Gothic-Mudéjar building carried out between the 13TH and 14TH centuries. Dedicated to San Pablo Apóstol, it is striking that octagonal tower of imposing height, the door of Tramontana, the Gothic organ and altarpiece with the Altar doors well worth a visit.
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  • The origin of St. Paul's Church dates back to the time of Alfonso I the Battler, King of Aragon. This King retook Zaragoza 18 December 1118 Arabs, being decisive in the campaign the participation of numerous French feudal lords and Crusaders.
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  • Very nice, with lots of history and heritage. You will find the famous hook that gives its name to the neighborhood.
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  • It is a church with a very nice Tower, is not very well preserved in its interior. You can see the famous hook that gives its name to the community. You leave 3 star by a some genius will happened charge enter with which now not even God himself will visit it. A sentence that is an icon of Zaragoza.
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  • If they call it the "third Cathedral of Zaragoza," it will be something...
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