martes, 18 de septiembre de 2007

Castle of Sadaba (Aragón). Castillo de Sadaba.

he castle of Sádaba is of an elegance extraordinary, very austere and harmonic, very homogenous due to the quality of his sillares. His stranger architect had to be a great teacher. It is a castle of cisterciense style, century XIII. Its stamp is little frequent, a quadrilateral plant very approximated to a rectangle, of 38 by 30 meters measured in the greater sides of each pair. A surface of more than 1,000 square meters. Its uniform in height and very elevated, with seven towers of rectangular plant, that are not identical. Four are in the corners, two in center of the North sides and this, and seventh in the South side, but closely together of the one of the southwestern angle to flank between both the only entrance.

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