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Mudejar Architecture of Aragon*
UNESCO World Heritage Site

Alfiz of La Aljafería, 14th century.
State Party  Spain
Type Cultural
Criteria iv
Reference 378
Region** Europe and North America
Inscription history
Inscription 1986  (10th Session)
Extensions 2001
* Name as inscribed on World Heritage List.
** Region as classified by UNESCO.

The Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon is a World Heritage Site in Spain. The site was originally called Mudéjar Architecture of Teruel. It consisted of four churches in Teruel inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1986: Cathedral of Santa María de Mediavilla, Churches of San Pedro, San Martín and of the Saviour.

In the 1990s, the inhabitants of Zaragoza remarked that there were other, not less notable examples of the Mudejar style in Aragón, which had been excluded from the site. Consequently, in 2001, the site was renamed to its present title and expanded with six monuments in Zaragoza and its province: Santa María in Calatayud, Santa Tecla in Cervera de la Cañada, Santa María in Tobed, Palacio de la Aljafería, Church of San Pablo, and La Seo Cathedral in Zaragoza.

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