In a corner of the square was until 2020, a unique trade in the city: the hardware store Hija de Blas Luna. In it they were sold from metal fabrics to any tool for the countryside; rather it looked like a rural trade.

A little later, on the same sidewalk, there was a repairing workshop for cinema projectors.

The palace was destroyed by the defenders of Valencia, before the attack of the French troops, in the early nineteenth century. It was not to occupy Marshal Suchet and from there attacked the city of Valencia.

The two small mountains there next to the gate of the street Elío General, are formed by the rubble of the former Royal Palace.

This street is called a type of tanners in the Middle Ages worked with skins of deer, roe deer, fallow deer and sheep to make gloves and scrolls.

The building on the left, in 1870, was dedicated to cockfighting hobby that lasted until 1936. It was renovated in 1990-1991 to devote to exhibit space. Museus belongs to the Consortium of Valencia.

The church of the Colegio del Patriarca, is the first in Valencia which finishes with a kind of medieval church. It was conducted by Guillem del Rey and has a Latin cross, lateral chapels and cupola on the cruise. The frescoes are made by the painter of Genoa, Bartholomew Matarana. His altar is chaired by the painting of The Last Supper, by Ribalta, which presents the originality of the apostles are situated in a circle.

This church has nothing to envy some churches of Rome, despite its outer austerity.

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