Natural paradise in the “Alquézar is a medieval town that owes its name to its castle (Al-Qasr) of Muslim construction with the aim of protecting Barbastro from the Christian kingdoms of Sobrarbe.
The origin of the collegiate church of Alquézar dates back to the time of the Muslim conquest by the hand of Jalaf ibn Rasid who in the ninth century ordered it built and then in approximately 1200 became a collegiate, a distinction that remains to this day.
During these years the town and its surroundings have received important awards.
At present the Collegiate Castle holds the award of National Historical and Artistic Monument, the town centre is a Historic and Artistic Site and the Sierra de Guara is a protected natural park.
In addition Alquézar is in the list of “The most beautiful towns of Spain” from the year 2015.
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