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  • 1. La Aljafería de Zaragoza Chanel Smith 2nd Period
  • 2. Location
    • Saragossa, Spain
    Zaragoza, Spain
    • Built on flat land
  • 3.
    • Built in the Late 11 th century and early 12 th century
    • Built for Abu Jafar Ahmad I iba Suleiman al-muqtudair billah, a muslim ruler.
    • Jafar was the 2 nd ruler of the Banu Houd Dynasty
    • The name Aljaferia came from the Arabic name “Jafar”
    • It was named after him.
    • It was first a Muslim palace built in spain.
    El palacio
  • 4.
    • Built in the Taifa Period.
    • Most important palace complex in that time period.
    • Sides measure 80 x 80 meters.
    • Shaped like a trapezoid.
    • Hudid style.
    • Built on flat land.
    Estructura
  • 5.
    • The purpose was for the recreation of the kings of Taifas.
    • Then was used for residence of numerous Christian Kings.
    • Host of the Court of the
    • Inquisición also its jails.
    La Historia
  • 6.
    • Felipe II ordered to house new artillery guns
    Objetos de valor
  • 7.
    • Seat of Cortez de Aragón
    • The most important civil building of the Aragonese heritage.
    • Aragonese national monument.
    • It was declared by the
    • UNESCO as patrimony
    • of humanity.
    • Open to the public
    • for tours.
    Hoy
  • 8. http://www.caiaragon.com/en/actividades/index.asp?idAct=8&idSeccion=6&idTipo=79&idloc=606 http://www.islamicarchitecture.org/architecture/palaces/aljaferia-saragossa-palace.html http://archnet.org/library/sites/one-site.tcl?site_id=4821

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