The students of the Jose Antonio Labordeta School were able to enjoy the city of Zaragoza on their end-of-cycle excursion. Students of 11 and 12 years old discovered ancient Zaragoza, starting at the Monument to Goya, the starting point for discovering the figure of the genius of Fuendetodos, we continued with the neighbouring buildings, La Lonja, the Town Hall and the Pilar. We show interesting sculptures such as the Caballito de Lonja, the sculptures of Pablo Serrano in the Town Hall, as well as the saints and martyrs of the Pilar façade. We finish the review of this ancient city with the Fuente de la Hispanidad.
After a short break for lunch, we walked along the banks of the Ebro River, passing under the Almozara Bridge until we reached the Volunteer Footbridge, where we explained the importance of water, the sustainability of resources and entered the Expo site. Here begins the new or more modern Zaragoza, a new infrastructure that has changed the city, with buildings such as the Spanish Pavilion, Aquarium, Aragon Pavilion and Bridge Pavilion. Finally, the sculpture The Soul of the Ebro embraced all the students to bid farewell to a fun and educational day.