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The cathedral is a beautiful, petite representation of Romanic art in Spain. It is worth joining the guided tour, if possible, to learn all about the outside decoration techniques such as the Taqueado Jaques, which would later be copied in Castillian Romanic cathedrals. But the...More
Unfortunately the citadel was closed when we visited so all we could do was walk around the exterior of the moat and walls. That itself was enough to give you a sense of the size and importance of this fortification. A very impressive structure. See...More
If you don't know you're looking at a key site in the history of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, this would look like a dull grey old church. But once you get inside, as especially inside the attached museum, you see the real beauty of...More
For this small city it is a very nice and interesting Cathedral. And the first time you come inside and have a nice, fresh smell. The Cathedral is free of entrance and worth to visit. And outside the church you will find plenty of nice...More
A clear reference of all the arquitectonic styles of the area, the cathedral took many years to be done so you can se a mix and influences of all the arquitects and styles that influenced Jaca and Aragon in the Medieval Ages.