The towers were built by the "masters of stone" Baldomar Francesc and Pere Compte. This door began building two years earlier (1441) than the Castel Nuovo of Naples (1443), with which bears some resemblance. The two buildings were made under the reign of Alfonso the Magnanimous because he was king of Valencia and Naples.

Its walls preserve the impacts of artillery, even after the restoration of various Carlist wars like the Civil War and, especially, the War of Independence.

This bullring was built, from 1850 to 1860, by Sebastián Monleón Estellés and has an outer diameter of 108 m. Hotel is built in brick and wood, but also no shortage of cast iron columns (box seats area). It has a capacity of nearly 20,000 spectators. In 1967 some reforms, including a reduction in the diameter of the ring were made. In 1983 it was declared a Historic Artistic Monument.

The street is located where once the old Jewish quarter or call Valencia, near the house where he had the Valencian philosopher Luis Vives. The building on the right is the Palace of the Dukes of Cardona, originally from the XVIII century, ancient Rome hotel now become the hotel Sh English.

A street gives the main facade of the palace of the Marquis de Dos Aguas.

The square is dedicated to Queen Maria de las Mercedes, wife of Alfonso XII. During the Republic Square was called the Region.

In this square was installed in 1930, the first light of Valencia. What manually triggering an urban guard.

The Provincial Hospital was founded in 1512, by order of Ferdinand in all hospitals of the time was in Valencia was merged into one.

The old hospital, which was destroyed by fire in 1545, is the cover isolated (pictured). The current building dates from 1546 and is the work of Gaspar Gregori, who also built the gallery arches of the cathedral that overlooks the Plaza de la Virgen. The hospital was already fully realized in Renaissance style.

In 1960 the new hospital was built on Avenida del Cid. Today the building is intended to Gaspar Gregori public library.

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