Built under the reign of Felipe II, who commissioned the work to the Italian military engineer Fratín.Pentagonal in shape.Out of its five bastions, only three remain.There are two entrances, the main one orientated towards the historic quarter and the Socorro entrance.During the 18th century, it was converted into a prison for illustrious men such as the Count of Floridablanca, the Marquis of Leganés, etc. Today it houses a park and several exhibition rooms.
Avenida del Ejército s/n
31002 Pamplona-Iruña, Pamplona, Navarre (Autonomous Community of Navarre)
Church of San Saturnino
The outline of this Gothic church with its two high towers is one…
Pamplona Diocesan Cathedral Museum
The museum is in buildings adjacent to the Cathedral, and…