Hotel Suite Camarena

Urbanizacion Pinilla 40, Teruel, Aragon, 44002, Spain
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A view for the eternity

by DanielF

This richly decorated chapel ceiling is what the Teruel "lovers" will have to see for the eternity. The lovers of Teruel lived in the XIII century. They were Juan de Marcilla and Isabel de Segura, members of two of the most prominent families in Medieval Teruel.

When Juan asked Isabel's hand in marriage, Mr Segura refused; because Juan being the second son in the family, he would not inherit as many properties as his daughter deserved. Desperate, Juan asked Isabel to wait for him for five years. Within that periode of time he should gather enough wealth to make her father happy.

The deadline expired though, and Juan did not return. Isabel's father urged her to marry a powerful town lord. Thinking that Juan would never come back, she finally accepted.

On the very day of the wedding Juan appeared loaded with as many treasures as never had been seen in Teruel. When he saw Isabel in front of the altar, he fell upon her feet and died, so much pain there was in his heart. The following day, during the funerals, Isabel asked to see his beloved Juan for the last time. When she approached her lips to his dead face, she also died of love.

Is that a legend or reality? Nobody knows. But, certainly there are bones inside the mausoleum.

Aljibes medievales

by Aitana

The Medieval Cisterns were in the XIV century, below Plaza del Torico.

We can see the two cisterns: “fondera” and “somera” (deep and shallow). There was also a channel connecting them.

There are some explanations of the cistern system and a photography exhibition and a room for audiovisuals in the “shallow” cistern.

The entrance is in Ramon y Cajal street, very near the street which leads to the Tourist Office. The entrance fee is 1.20 €.

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