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Villanueva de Sigena

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Villanueva de Sigena

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Villanueva de Sigena is in Aragon.


Villanueva de Sigena or Villanueva de Sijena is a small village in Los Monegros, in the province of Huesca, autonomous community of Aragon (Spain), near the Alcanadre river. The Monastery of Santa María de Sigena is located close to this town. Villanueva de Sigena is the birthplace of the physician and heterodox theologian, Michael Servetus (1511-1553). Servetus was the discoverer of pulmonary circulation. A museum and interpretation center is maintained by the Michael Servetus Institute at the old house were Servetus was born, after a major restoration in 2002.

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It is possible to travel to Villanueva by bus or car.

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The town is small enough to be fully accessible by foot.

There are several free parking spaces around the town.

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The Monastery of Santa María de Sigena

Michael Servetus Institute

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  • Casa Helvética, C/ Diputación Provincial, 13. (in the centre of the town), 658 991 478, [1]. There are three beautifully decorated rural tourism apartments available. Open all year round.  edit


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