In front of La Seo Cathedral you can see the Archbishop's Palace, which was built in the 18th Century under the patronage of Ramon Pignatelli by architect José Yarza. The building was finished in 1787. This is the site, between the cathedral and the River Ebro, where the Monarchs of Aragón's Palace used to stand. The façade is neo-classic, built in brick and it has two floors. In 1982 it was the residence for the Pope John Paul II during his first visit to the city.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
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