Herrera de Los Navarros

Herrera's origins date back to the twelfth century Navarre, though, about 500 m. the people in the game of Castellares near the Cueva de la Mora, there are some interesting ruins of an ancient Iberian-Roman.

Highlight the spectacular fortress-style church of San Juan Bautista Mudejar. Its construction dates back to the last third of the fourteenth century, under the patronage of Pedro IV Ceremonious, covered with a simple ribbed vaults. Impressive tower, the belfry of the sixteenth and your cruise and priest in 1691. The work was conducted by experts Moorish builders. The church building occupies what was once the hunting lodge of Alfonso I the Battler, which repopulate the land was conquered from the Muslims, and those of our neighbor Villar, with soldiers Navarre graduates of his troops.

A visit to the majesticShrine of Our Lady of Herrera, built at 1350 meters in a landmark and beautiful, offering spectacular views from the balcony.
The herrerinos diligently preserved their Dance, one of the oldest and best preserved of all Aragon.
Paraje del Algo Huerva-Sierra de Herrera
Entorno natural
Festividad
Santuario de la Virgen de Herrera
Ciclista
Mirador
Dance
Embalse de Herrera
San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista
Dance
Santuario de la Virgen de Herrera

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