Come to this province, home to a combination of colours, flavours, and experiences that are all framed by the Basílica de la Virgen del Pilar, a temple honouring the famous national festivity of El Pilar, celebrated in October 12.
But here you will not only find this celebration, but many others such as the 'vendimia' which commemorates the time of the year, kings were welcomed with tons of wine.
And without leaving the local gastronomy, if there is something else that is famous from this province that is the 'borraja', a local vegetable that is cultivated here due to the very dry climate of this province except for spring, when this product growns.
El Puente de Piedra, which crosses the banks of the river Ebro, is one of the most important traces of the cultural heritage of this province, which gathers examples of Romanesque art, very present in areas such as Daroca, or Altas Cinco Villas, as well as of Mudejar art, part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
Francisco de Goya, one of the most world-renown Spanish artists, was born in this province, which means a great part of his work can be found here.
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