PALACIO FORTIFICADO DE LA ALJAFERÍA (R)
Palace built in the 11th century by the Banu Hud, kings of the taifa of Zaragoza that includes the Torre del Trvador, two centuries earlier. Magnificently preserved, it is a fundamental monument in the history of Aragon and one of the best representatives of Hispanic-Muslim art. Surrounded by a square walled enclosure with semicircular towers are the buildings of the caliphal palace, of great architectural and ornamental richness. Conquered Zaragoza in 1118 by Alfonso I, was modified on several occasions and times, in one of which a Mudejar church was added.
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