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Patio de la Infanta, Zaragoza

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  • Or imagine the treasure that is. A few precious paintings, a perfectly-kept old courtyard. It's worth and is fast
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  • Purchased by Ibercaja and installed in the central building of this bank in Zaragoza, it is a patio/monument which is essential to visit during a stay in Zaragoza. It owes its name to the Infanta Maria Teresa, sister-in-law of King Carlos III, who lived in the Palace it was in this Courtyard - property of a banker and merchant of Jewish origin, Zaporta, serving to Carlos V - from the end of the 18th century. It is located in the Centre of Zaragoza, perfectly connected, admission is free and organise guided tours with symbolic fees. It exudes art and Renaissance. Constantly held in it, exhibitions, congresses, conferences, courses... You have installed in low plant, a spectacular fully restored organ, which usually featured organists, interpret all kinds of works, with a fabulous sound, which are excited by their quality.
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  • I really liked the patio of the infantas, but what find me amazing is that being free the entrance and with the nice thing that esno have more visitors
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  • Renaissance courtyard, a must to visit in Zaragoza.
  • Monumental courtyard of Aragonese heritage that has been recovered by social work Ibercaja and is exposed on the ground its central, accessed by a side of the same street. It tends to hold exhibitions. Of not having visited ever, worthwhile benefit from an exhibition that will be attractive and kill two birds with one stone for this little piece of land art.
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  • Although it is quite outside the usual rounds, although from the outside it looks like a skyscraper, don't miss this gem because it is gorgeous. If not enough ... it's free
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  • The best and most spectacular Renaissance courtyard of Zaragoza in very good condition.
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  • The Patio de la Infanta is beautiful, spectacular and the fact of being preserved in the heart of a modern building is very pleasantly surprising. In my opinion is a must-see if you do tourism in Zaragoza.
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