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Iglesia Parroquial de San Pablo, Zaragoza

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  • The main altar with gilded and polychrome inlaid large paddle alone is worth the visit. With the impressive exterior and the side chapels.
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  • We visited after the guided tour had started and spent a pleasant half an hour wandering around the church. The guide escorting the Spanish Group came up and asked if we would like to join in the tout...  more »
  • It is not a particularly interesting Church inside, what is worth is the outside. Unfortunately, it is very dirty, need you a good review.
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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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