Plaza del Pilar s/n 50001, Zaragoza, Spain
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It was built in the 16th century, by order of Hernando de Aragon, using Juan de Sarinena's design. It was an attempt to provide the city with a civil public place where merchants could carry out their commercial transactions so they could stop using the cathedral and other churches for this purpose. The building, with a rectangular plan, was constructed in brick.
- A temple was set on this site as far back as the first century BC, known during the Visigoth…
- It has a Plateresque façade flanked by balustraded columns. Its crypt has recently been resto…
- It is set in Los Pardos Palace, a 16th century Renaissance building, and has more than 800…