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PLAZA SAN FELIPE, ZARAGOZA
Saragossa

The Plaza de San Felipe is located in the historic city of Zaragoza. It is accessed primarily from Calle Alfonso I through an intersection, the Torrenueva. The square stands for the beauty of its buildings and for being a quiet and peaceful place to relax strolling. They highlighted a number of buildings are: The Church of St. Philip and St. James the Less a good sample of the baroque architecture of Zaragoza.

The Palace of the Counts of Argillo - Pablo Gargallo Museum, Aragon renancentista palace during the nineteenth century belonging to the family that gives its name has been declared a National Monument in 1944 and now houses a museum monograph on the Aragonese sculptor.

The Tower of Fortea tower is a small medieval Moorish style and is the best preserved example of civil architecture Moorish city of the fifteenth century. Today belongs to the municipality of the city and houses an exhibition hall and council services.

Montal House is a mansion of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It features a restaurant and a Gourmet food store. In the basement there is a small museum on the former New Tower.

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