This square is dedicated poet and Conservative MP nineteenth century, Teodoro Llorente, who lived in the building you see in the picture opposite.

The statue is dedicated to the painter Ribera. This sculpture suffered several moves to settle at this place.

Here also was Ali bufat tower, torn down in 1865. He was famous because here the Muslims hoisted the banner of James I in signal surrender Balansiya, Muslim Valencia.

The name of this square comes from a supposed saint named, but the discovery of a lump in the thirteenth century, when opened contained an image of Christ. Thus he was called the Holy Lump of Jesus (Sant Bult in Valencian). The image of the Holy Lump is usually kept in the School Board Home Sant Bult, situated at En Blanch.

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