The development in the 12th century of Mudejar art in Aragon resulted from the particular political, social and cultural conditions that prevailed in Spain after the Reconquista. This art, influenced by Islamic tradition, also reflects various contemporary European styles, particularly the Gothic. Present until the early 17th century, it is characterized by an extremely refined and inventive use of brick and glazed tiles in architecture, especially in the belfries.

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10 sites in this World Heritage

  • Tower, roof and dome of the Cathedral of Saint Mary of Mediavilla
  • Tower and church of San Pedro
  • Tower and church of San Martin
  • Tower and church of The Savior
  • Apse, cloister and tower of Colegiata de Santa Maria
  • Parish church of Santa Tecla
  • Church of Saint Mary
  • Mudejar remains of the Palace of Aljaferia
  • Tower and Parish church of San Pablo
  • Apse, parish and dome of La Seo

Tower, roof and dome of the Cathedral of Saint Mary of Mediavilla

Tower and church of San Pedro

Tower and church of San Martin

Tower and church of The Savior

Apse, cloister and tower of Colegiata de Santa Maria

Parish church of Santa Tecla

Church of Saint Mary

Mudejar remains of the Palace of Aljaferia

Tower and Parish church of San Pablo

Apse, parish and dome of La Seo

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DATA

Region
Europe
Country
Spain 
Category
Cultural
Name
Mudejar Architecture of Aragon
Selection Criteria (?)
(iv)
Year of Registered
1986
Year of Revised
2001
Keyword
Registered in 1986, Revised in 2001