A super large super impressive place. Would rival many a Roman church but has its own unique and appealing style. A must see.
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What a massive building, very impressive inside and out. The present church begun in 1681 by Charles II, King of Spain and completed in 1686.
Basilica is located in old part of city on the Ebro river bank on one side and the Plaza de las Catedrales on the other. Magnificent outside and breathtaking inside this Basilica on the right can be considered one of the most beautiful constructions in...More
There are many cathedrals in Spain, but this one - with 4 towers on each corner and with splendid interior, frescos and Holy Pilar is of special significance. We have visited it 3 times during a 2-days stay in Zaragoza, each time finding some new...More
Well worth a visit. No cameras or noise please. Guided tours available but not necessary to appreciate the basilica
This huge cathedral is really beautiful from the outside with its semi-Moorish dome design. There's also a ceiling painted by Goya inside. It's not as elaborate as another nearby Cathedral called La Seo but the real highlight is a trip up the bell tower to...More
This is an extremely large basilica with stunning altars, ceiling frescos and stained windows. The size alone is awe inspiring. There are 6 cupolas and 4 towers. The domes are beautifully carved and also have coloured mosaic tile trim. It is a “must see” even...More
Incredibly big and as I have read it is the second biggest cathedral in the world. It is in the heart of Zaragoza and if you are in the city, you have to visit.