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Spain World Heritage Sites - Aragon Heritage Sites

 

Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon
A World Heritage Site in Spain. The site was originally called Mudéjar Architecture of Teruel. It consisted of four churches in Teruel inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1986: Cathedral of Santa María de Mediavilla, Churches of San Pedro, San Martín and of the Saviour.

In the 1990s, the inhabitants of Zaragoza remarked that there were other, not less notable examples of the Mudejar style in Aragón, which had been excluded from the site. Consequently, in 2001, the site was renamed to its present title and expanded with six monuments in Zaragoza and its province: Santa María in Calatayud, Santa Tecla in Cervera de la Cañada, Santa María in Tobed, Palacio de la Aljafería, Church of San Pablo, and La Seo Cathedral in Zaragoza.



Pyrénées National Park
A national park located within the French départments of Hautes-Pyrénées and Pyrénées-Atlantiques. Located along the border of France and Spain is a scenic and mountainous landscape offering a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, mountain climbing and observing wildlife.

According to the Pyrénées National Park website, the park, created in 1967, is a natural heritage without barriers or fences where animals are totally free.Devoted to preserving biodiversity and landscapes, studying wildlife and plant species, the park is home to 70 different species of animals.

The eastern portion of the national park forms part of the French section of the Pyrénées - Mont Perdu World Heritage Site that straddles the border between France and Spain.



Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
an IUCN Category II National Park situated in the Pyrenees of Huesca, Aragón Spain. It was created August 16 of 1918 by a Royal Decree which declared Ordesa Valley a National Park of 21 square kilometres of extension. In July 13 of 1982 it was enlarged to the 156.08 km² it has today and its official name changed to Parque nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido.

The national park is included in the Biosphere Reserve of Ordesa-Viñamala, declared by UNESCO in 1997. In the same year it was included in the cross-border Pyrénées - Mont Perdu World Heritage Site.

The park's territory includes the municipalities of Torla, Broto, Fanlo, Tella-Sin, Puertólas and Bielsa.



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