We offer this collection of images that speak of the significance of water in the collective imagination of Aragon and its influence on daily life and culture of this land.
His very name, Aragón, derived from an ancient word, ARA, most likely related to the water.
There are no water palaces: The Aljafería
Or maybe the water palaces.
Water is a factor determining the life, culture and the relationship between living beings.
This information is illustrative and does not mean that everyone who mentions the water is its owner, but can occur anywhere in the world, selfish beings, who claim their exclusive property and the right to invade other nations to seize it.
If you want to extend your information on Aragon you can begin crossing his varied landscapes,
or to also begin a route by the fauna,
and the use of the water in Aragon.
In order to delight the Vista, you can view the collection of photographies
You can add culture and nature in its cultural Parks or its extensive Bestiary
| Nature in Aragon
Bestiary | Invertebrate Photographies | Cultural Parks | Aragonese landscapes
Ebro | Guara | Moncayo | Monegros | Ordesa | Alphabetical Index
Natural Patrimony Aragonese. Aragon. Zh2o. Water. Congratulations Zaragoza. Nature of Aragon.Zh2o Natural spaces in Aragon. Spain. Province of Huesca, Teruel, Zaragoza, Aragon, English, Nature, maps, Asociacion Cultural Aragon Interactivo Multimedia. Spain. Pasapues, co. Aragon es asi.
The project "Nature in Aragon" is an extension of the previous "Natural and Geological Heritage in Aragon",
therefore extend the description of natural places of interest in Aragon such as the already ancient National Parks of Ordesa and Monte Perdido
and the National Park of Moncayo with other places such as the Sierra de Guara, exponent of humid places of Half Mountain, Los Galachos del Ebro or the steppe,
which in its full aridity it is represented by the Lomaza de Belchite or the wide Monegros
To complement this information, introductions to flora, fauna, fungi, geology, water, landscapes, etc. are added.
Elsewhere in the Pasapues project, reference is made to famous Aragonese naturalists such as Odon de Buen or Felix de Azara, etc.
This project is documented, whenever possible, by graphic material such as photographs, illustrations, maps, etc.
but third-party products such as advertising, maps or blog if they can do it.