Saragossa, once the residence of the kings of Aragon and now chief town of its province and the seat of a well-known university, lies in the Ebro basin, on the right bank of the river, and from time immemorial has been the principal crossing point for traffic from the Pyrenees into Castile.

 The Huerta de Saragossa, well watered by the Canal Imperial and the rivers Ebro, Huerva and Gallego, is a region of great fertility, and Saragossa is accordingly a main agricultural center, as well as possessing considerable industry.


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