The section III is devoted to sports facilities especially. It has a running track. This section includes Campanar from the bridge to the Glorias Valencianas.

The Neptune fountain located in a corner of the square, had previously been in the garden of Canon Pontons in Patraix. This canon, who lived between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, had an opulent residence in Patraix filled with statues and fountains that were distributed after the city of Valencia. This residence bequeathed the canon, when he died, the kings of Spain Felipe V and Maria Luisa of Savoy.

At bottom, left and stuck to the Palace of the Marquis de Mercader wing, is the Palace of the Counts of Alpuente, the eighteenth century in its current configuration. This palace was also home to the Royal Economic Society of Friends of the Country and for a time belonged to the painter Manuel Valdes (Chronicle Team component). Now it is home to an engineering company.

This square took this name by the naked child of the source, its dark color, being made of cast iron sculpture. The source of the Negrito, 1850, was the first public drinking fountain installed in Valencia.

In the installation of drinking water in Valencia, it is noteworthy to Canon Mariano Liñán, Professor of History and Arab Language at the University of Valencia, who died in 1844. Linan bequeathed part of his property (55,000 hard) for this purpose .

Palau street of the Romanesque facade of the cathedral. This cover late Romanesque relates to the Home Fillols (Home of Ahijados) Old Cathedral of Lleida.

The original bell tower of the cathedral was near this door, once past the Arch Street Barchilla.

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