Cathedral of the Savior of Zaragoza
The Cathedral of the Savior (Catedral del Salvador in Spanish), also known as La Seo, recently restored, is a mixture of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Mudejar.
Outide the Mudéjar dome, apse and wall have been declared World Heritage by UNESCO. The interior is a veritable museum of art and history: the Gothic altar, organ, choir, the Renaissance and Baroque chapels and the impressive Museum of Carpets are some examples.
It is built on the site of the ancient Roman Forum of Caesar Augusta and Saraqusta mosque, whose minaret is imitated by the tower today. The building was begun in the twelfth century in Romanesque style, integrated into the mosque, and underwent many alterations and extensions until 1704, when the baroque spire was placed to finish the tower.
The Cathedral of the Savior houses the Tapestry Museum.
Opening Hours Cathedral of the Savior and Tapestry Museum: