In this image you can see the facilities of the Santo Domingo convent, which keeps the best Gothic in the city of Valencia, with a 14th century cloister and the Chapter Hall. Because they are currently military installations, access is difficult. From the end of the 16th century it is the facade-altarpiece of the church that overlooks the square. The bell tower is from the 17th century.

The convent building, on the right, dates from the late 18th century and is currently the headquarters of the General Captaincy of the III Military Region.

In 1916 a cover is constructed on an interim principle on the stalls. This cover hindered the view of the square.

During the years 2008-2010 was restored inside front. In 2012 the new stalls in the center of the square were placed and set a new lower deck that he had, with metal plates that do not reduce both their vision, making it more transparent.

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