Glorieta of Doctor Zubía

Logroño Glorieta Doctor Zubia

Between chestnut trees and large plane trees rises the building of the Sagasta Institute, around which the flowerbeds, paths and living spaces that make up the Glorieta del Doctor Zubía follow one another.

Located in the center of the urban area, practically connected by one of its corners with the Paseo del Espolón, this square occupies one of the most historic places in the city.

In what was a walk outside the walls and close to the old Carmelite convent, the gardens of what is now the Glorieta were a source of study for Don Ildefonso Zubía, a distinguished professor of Natural History who would give these gardens their name since 1899.

In the area closest to El Espolón there is a singular pergola and three fountains with ornamental figures.

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