This church was part of a Dominican convent. In 1835, for the confiscation, religious are expelled from the convent. From 1843 it became a military hospital and barracks. In 1964 it is demolished much of the convent, leaving only the church and a small part of the monastery.

Inside the church stand Socket tiles chapels, the eighteenth century. The bell tower is already in the early twentieth century.

In this square are three of the most important historical buildings in Valencia: the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Basilica of the Virgin of the Helpless and the Palace of the Generalitat.

The square was once called Plaza de la Seu and occupies the space that occupied the old Roman forum in the city of Valentia.

This square is located in the district of Grao, at the end of Avenida del Puerto. This neighborhood was an independent municipality, from 1826 to 1897, which bore the name of Vila Nova del Grao.

The background is the church of Santa Maria del Mar, a medieval foundation, although the actual dates from the seventeenth century. In 1802 it was renovated in Classicist style. During the Civil War, due to its proximity to the port, its air defense tower served.

This garden is in the early nineteenth century and was built by public subscription. The idea of the French administration during the occupation of the Napoleonic troops. In 1812 Marshal Suchet purchase land and build a gloriette orders, but will now General Javier Elío which charge construction architect Manuel Serrano Insa in 1817. In 1820 the works were interrupted by the triumph of the liberal revolution and resumed in 1839. the garden is fenced with an iron gate and a monumental cover was built across the street del Mar.

The Triton Fountain (S. XVII) on the image is the Italian sculptor Ponzanelli and moved here permanently in 1860. He had previously been in the garden of Canon Pontons in Patraix.

Ruzafa neighborhood was very degraded few years ago, but now has become a cultural and entertainment reference for Valencia. It is a neighborhood where many painters have been established and are in it several art galleries. there are also several cafés-bookstores as Slaughterhouse, Red Harvest and Ubik and wineries, restaurants and pubs.

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