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Zaragoza was called Caesar Augusta in Roman times, and since then, the capital of Aragon has been an important crossroads, both for the passage of the Ebro River and its strategic location halfway between Barcelona and Madrid – cities to which it’s connected to thanks to the high-speed train.
It’s famous for its Baroque basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, and for being an affordable city crammed full of secular and religious art and architecture.
The cultural legacy of more than 2,000 years of history can clearly be seen in the streets of Zaragoza. The magnificent Baroque basilica of El Pilar, the San Salvador Cathedral, the Lonja, the Roman Circus, the Aljafería Palace, its Mudejar-style churches declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, together with secular architectural works, masterpieces by the great Francisco de Goya y Lucientes in the city’s different monumental spaces (such as the Zaragoza Museum and the Cartuja de Aula Dei) and the site of the International Expo 2008 are testament to this.