The provinces Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel form Aragon.
The capital of Aragón is Zaragoza.
The famous painter Francisco Goya was born in Fuendetodos in Aragón.
The population density of the region is the second lowest in Spain after Castilla-La Mancha.
The area has famous ski stations and is known for his typical gastronomy.
You can discover monasteries, castles and all the examples of mudejar architecture declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
This region is also included in the famous pilgrimage to Santiago.
The oldest Romanesque cathedral in Spain is located in the medieval town of Jaca in the very northern part of Huesca Province.
Ancient castles nestle on lonely hills, the most famous being the magnificent Loarre Castle.
Mountains of Aragon
Aragon’s Pyrenees include varied mountain landscapes with soaring peaks, deep canyons, dense forests and spectacular waterfalls.
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, near the border with France, boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe with its canyons, frozen lake caverns, numerous waterfalls and varied wildlife many species of which are endemic to the Pyrenees.
The SEO or Cathedral of San Salvador
A cultural melting pot
An Arab palace in the heart of Zaragoza.
Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basilica
Baroque church of the Virgin del Pilar
Mudejar Architeture in Aragon
Mudejar at its peak
Piedra Monastery is located in one of the most barren areas of Aragon.
Ordesa and monte perdido national park
Mountain landscape presided by Monte Perdido.
sources spain.info and Wikipedia.com