This room is the first extension from the Romanesque tour raised after the city conquest by King Alfonso I “the Battler” in 1118. This zone was raised at the end of 12th century by Alphonse II, named “the Chaste”, first king of the Crown of Aragon.
In that moment, the Saint Saviour neighbourhood became into the city centre, where the high clergy and aristocracy took control of the local power.
Coinciding with the Romanesque palace extension, first Christian communities were consolidated and devotion to Virgin Mary was increased. We can appreciate how art evolved with this series of Romanesque and Gothic sculptures from the 12th to 15th century.