This church was started in the seventeenth century on the site of an ancient mosque, but the present building is the work of the seventeenth century and eighteenth century bell tower. The slight inclination of the bell is a consequence of the earthquake on March 5th of 1822. In the early twentieth century, its exterior was renovated. The interior has an original seventeenth-century altarpiece.

The Palace of the Inquisition was located in this square, also bordering the street Samaniego and the Navellos.

It highlights its lobby, with wooden beamed ceiling and revoltones covered with trencadís (sliced tiles). The lockers are made of wood and glass inlaid with trencadís. The walls are also covered with wood and ceramics. In Demetrio Ribes was a constant breaking down the barriers between artist and craftsman.

Although this palace of Gothic origin, takes its current configuration in the eighteenth century. The sixth Earl of Cervello, Felipe Carlos Osorio, the municipal government ceded to move to live in Madrid.

During the nineteenth century was Captaincy and Military Real Estate at toppling the former Royal Palace located in the gardens of Viveros in 1810, during the War of Independence. It was the residence of Marshal Suchet during the Napoleonic invasion and later Fernando VII signed here the decree repealing the Cortes of Cadiz in 1814. The Regent Maria Cristina also signed here his abdication in 1840, starting into exile and leaving her daughter Isabel tutored by Espartero.

In 1936 it hosted the Communist Party and, after the Civil War, hosted the O.J.E., of Triunfo and Cid academies, and pension "La Vasca". In 1976 he passes ownership of the City Council and in 2003 is inaugurated as Municipal Historical Archive.

In the back of the Palace of the Generalitat is a garden since 1860. Previously, since the fourteenth century, here was the House of the City (municipal government) that was demolished in the mid-nineteenth century.

The new monastery and the new church of the Order of Montesa were built during the years 1761-1770 by order of Carlos III, after the earthquake that destroyed the castle of Montesa and tear down the old medieval buildings that had belonged in his day to order of the Temple, located in this square. His style is neoclassical.

After the War of Independence was abandoned monastery, being used later by various administrations. It is currently the headquarters of the Government Delegation.

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