Capital of Aragón and the most important city in the Ebro Valley, Zaragoza is 200 metres abouve sea-level, occupying the alluvial terraces of the great peninsular river and part of the lower valleys of its tributatioes, the rivers Gállego and Huerva.
The most outstanding religious monument in Saragossa is without doubt the Basilica of the Pilar, El Pilar. Built on the site of a primitive mozarab church it shows different styles in construction and ornamentation. Of particular worth are the choir (with its exquisite choirstalls), the impressive Renaissance altarpiece in alabaster by Damien Forment, the Holy Chapel where the image of the Virgin is venerated, and the cupolas painted by Goya.
Beside the basilica, as magnificent guardians, are the Palacio de la Lonja ( The Exchange Palace), the most important example of Renaissance civil architecture in Saragossa, and the Puente de Piedra ( the stone bridge).
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