In acknowledgment of a recovery project that has lasted for fourteen years and has had a very positive impact on the regional heritage of Somontano.
Abiego, Alberuela de Laliena, Barbastro, Cregenzán, Naval, Salas Altas, Salas Bajas, Buera, Huerta de Vero, Torres de Alcanadre y otras / Huesca / Aragón.
Award in the Category Dedicated service in the year 2006
The recovery of Rubielos de Mora is linked to the figure of José Gonzalvo, a sculptor who sought support from the authorities and his neighbours to save his town from abandon and ruin.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1983
This palace, headquarters of General Palafox Headquarters during the siege of Zaragoza, was remodeled into the Camón Aznar Museum and houses the only complete collection of the four great series of Goya’s etchings.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1980
This palace, a prototype of a palace from the Aragonese Renaissance, was only saved from demolition when it was bought in 1981 by the Government Delegation in Zaragoza.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1986
In 2001, the Aljafería Palace was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, considered one of the leading examples of Aragonese Mudejar art.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2000
After thirteen years of studies and works, the Monastery of Nuestra Señora de Rueda has recovered the sober splendour of the best Cistercian architecture.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2003
The residents of the Argenosola Palace were evicted because of demolition plans, finally paralyzed by its insertion in the catalogue of historical-artistic monuments at the request of the College of Architects of Zaragoza.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1991
The old episcopal palace, abandoned for two hundred years, was restored into a multipurpose building, namely, the Congress Palace, the Diocesan Museum, and the Workshop School.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1996
The execution of the work involved the individual selection and precise placement of approximately 30,000 stones of various shapes and sizes, from the many pebbles in the pavement to the large blocks of several...
Iglesuela del Cid y Villafranca del Cid / Castellón, Teruel / Aragón, Comunidad Valenciana.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2008
Before the intervention, these olive trees faced danger of being replaced by citrus plantations or other faster-growing species, as well as garden plants.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2014
Not only has this monumental building been saved, but archaeological work has also yielded great finds, consisting of a late Roman necropolis, a public building from the lower imperial period with polychrome mosaics, and...
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2015
The discovery of some archaeological remains during the construction of the Town Hall allowed for the dating of the foundation of Daroca to Celtiberian times and helped the realization of a project that integrates...