Alagon other monuments municipality Province of Zaragoza. Aragon.

Alagon other monuments municipality Province of Zaragoza. Aragon. Spain.

Monuments Alagon

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Church of San Antonio de Padua.

It belonged like all the great adjoining brick building, to a school of the Company of Jesus founded in 1688. The church built during the first half of the 18th century, is one of the most genuine examples of Rococo decoration in Aragon, particularly in the carved wooden stands located on the side chapels, following the Jesuit pattern of Latin cross plan with cruise and dome with a regional note on the polychrome tiles that cover the latter. Only the cover is made of stone and in its altarpieces there are sculptures from the Ramírez workshop.

San Antonio de Padua

The school is of great packaging with several floors and harmonic ordination; It contains a sumptuous staircase covered by a gallon dome, presided by a fresco dedicated to the exaltation of the name of Jesus, painted in his youth by the famous Aragonese Francisco de Goya. Currently this building houses the House of Culture.

Casa de Cultura

Casa de Cultura

Hermitage of the Virgen del Castillo

It is located in the highest part of the population and its toponymy leads us to think that there was a fortification in that location. The oldest that is preserved is a presbytery that is domed with a starry cross from the early 16th century. The ship consists of five sections covered with a vault of lunettes. The titular image of the Virgen del Castillo is a carving of Romanesque tradition dating back to 1300.

Church of San Juan

Former convent of Augustinian barefoot, the church was abandoned after the confiscation until 1875, when it is reinstated by the missionaries of the Heart of Mary. The factory is baroque and consists of a nave with a straight presbytery plus six sections with lunettes. The side chapels are very deep and communicated with each other. The facade is flat and consists of three bodies, the central corresponding to the ship.
It has an access porch with three semicircular arches on pilasters, on them lighting holes. Top the facade a bulrush.



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