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PLAZA SAN FELIPE, ZARAGOZA
Zaragoza

La Plaza de San Felipe está ubicada en el Casco Histórico de la ciudad de Zaragoza. Se accede a ella principalmente desde la Calle Alfonso I a través de una bocacalle, la de Torrenueva. La plaza destaca por la gran belleza de sus edificios y por ser un lugar tranquilo y apacible en el que relajarse paseando. Destacan una serie de edificios que son:  La Iglesia de San Felipe y Santiago el Menor una buena muestra de la arquitectura barroca de Zaragoza.

El Palacio de los Condes de Argillo - Museo de Pablo Gargallo, palacio renancentista aragonés perteneciente durante el siglo XIX a la familia que le da nombre está declarado Monumento Nacional desde 1944 y en la actualidad contiene un museo monográfico sobre el escultor aragonés.

El Torreón de Fortea es una pequeña torre medieval de estilo mudejar y es el mejor ejemplo que conserva la ciudad de arquitectura civil mudejar del siglo XV. En la actualidad pertenece al ayuntamiento de la ciudad y alberga una sala de exposiciones y servicios del ayuntamiento.

La Casa Montal es una casa-palacio de los siglos XV-XVI. Alberga un restaurante y una tienda de alimentación Gourmet. En el sótano se encuentra un pequeño museo sobre la desaparecida Torre Nueva.

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