Science Museum next to the Umbráculo, a metal framework that covers a garden area where more than 50 native plant species of Valencia was built. Over time it is expected that Entangling plants climb by arches, covering them.

Beside the Umbráculo is a viewpoint from where much of the City of Arts and Sciences can be seen. Umbráculo below is the parking.

The building on the right is the palace of Pineda, the eighteenth century. For much of the twentieth century was Marist College and then ladies residence, leaving empty the late 70s was restored in 1992 and today is headquarters of the International University Menendez Pelayo.

The monument in the heart of the square is dedicated to the painter Joan de Joanes.

From 1946, the museum moved to its current location in the old school of St. Pius V. From that date until 1983, the premises are occupied only by the School of Fine Arts of San Carlos and the School of Arts and Crafts.

On the left, in front of the column with the statue of Francisco Pizarro and next to the palace of the Baylia, it is the palace of the Marqués de la Scala. The Marquis de la Scala (name assumed by marriage with Italian Altadona Scala) were also Lords of Manises and hence the square is named. This palace dates from the sixteenth century and contains Gothic and Renaissance elements.

This bullring was built, from 1850 to 1860, by Sebastián Monleón Estellés and has an outer diameter of 108 m. Hotel is built in brick and wood, but also no shortage of cast iron columns (box seats area). It has a capacity of nearly 20,000 spectators. In 1967 some reforms, including a reduction in the diameter of the ring were made. In 1983 it was declared a Historic Artistic Monument.

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