Lonja of Zaragoza
The Lonja de Zaragoza was built from the merchants, for use as a Corn Exchange, between 1541 and 1551 on the orders of Don Ferdinand of Aragon and today is the best example of Renaissance architecture in Aragon.
The outside eaves, the gallery of arches decorated with busts and polychrome decoration outside polychrome plaster medallions representing faces. The interior consists of a large living room with vaulted ceiling supported by columns.
Currently used as an exhibition hall of the council.
Opening Hours Lonja of Zaragoza (when threre is an exhibition):
All times and ticket prices are approximate. To confirm times and fares see the official sites.