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505a SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Rodrigo Botet Square

San Francisco Neighborhood

It Demetrio Ribes a building inspired by the Chicago School was. It was the building of Ernesto Ferrer Stores, demolished in 1977. The square was formerly called St. George.

Created on 17 August 2012


402 VELLUTERS NEIGHBORHOOD. Butchers Street

Velluters Neighborhood

This street is named for the ancient settlements of butchers who was in it, but today there are none. Formerly, as stated in a tile, it was called Coixo Portal (Portal del Cojo). The name was because ...

Created on 17 August 2012


326 MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. Bolsería Street

Market Neighborhood

This street is the origin of its layout in the old Muslim wall, which ran towards the Exchange. Here orioles, who concocted bags with all kinds of materials were established.

Created on 17 August 2012


323b MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. Square of furnace of St. Nicholas

Market Neighborhood

This square is also adjacent to the small square of the Marquis de Busianos.

Created on 17 August 2012


309c MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. La Lonja Street. The Lonja

Market Neighborhood

The religious iconography of the covers is consistent with the construction, conceived as a temple of the merchants. The merchants did business here and was the official office of the sale of silk. The ...

Created on 17 August 2012


223 LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Sea Street. St. Vincent Ferrer Birthplace (14th century)

La Xerea Neighborhood

San Vicente Ferrer was born in this house in 1350, which in 1498 was bought by the convent of Santo Domingo de Valencia and two years later sold the guild Hatters since San Vicente was his employer. ...

Created on 17 August 2012


213 LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Trinitarians Street

La Xerea Neighborhood

This street is studying fashion designer Francis Montesinos Valencia.

Created on 17 August 2012


210 LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Street Ratchet Knights

La Xerea Neighborhood

This street gets its name from when here playing ball in medieval times, and that she was one of the favorite nobles ratchets. Earlier it was called San Juan del Hospital.

Created on 17 August 2012


135 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Hazelnuts Street

La Seo Neighborhood

Apparently the name of the street you come from a miracle of S. Vicente Ferrer, who before drought predicted a sharp fall drops of rain as big as hazelnuts. In this street he lived for a while the doctor ...

Created on 17 August 2012


132b LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Knights Street

La Seo Neighborhood

The building on the right is the palace of the Marquis de Mercader, from the late fourteenth century. The current appearance of the facade is a result of the reform of the eighteenth century. In the twentieth ...

Created on 17 August 2012


129b LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Negrito Square

La Seo Neighborhood

The building on the right is the palace of the Lassala. Of Gothic origin, in the eighteenth century this palace was bought by the family from France.

Created on 17 August 2012


128 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Pavesos Restroom Street

La Seo Neighborhood

This street is named for a bathhouse with that name who had formerly on it. The name of the bathrooms made reference to a gun shop that was in the area, where a type of shield called buckler was sold. ...

Created on 17 August 2012


127 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Correjería Street

La Seo Neighborhood

This street formerly had many shops of craftsmen who made and sold leather goods, especially you belting, hence the name.

Created on 17 August 2012


114 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Almudín (14th century)

La Seo Neighborhood

This building was built on the ruins of ancient Muslim fortress in the early fourteenth century.

Created on 17 August 2012


111 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Decimus Junius Brutus Square

La Seo Neighborhood

This square was formerly called the Almoina, for being here called Casa de la Almoina (alms), where he attended the poor since 1303. The house was demolished in the late nineteenth century. Now the square ...

Created on 17 August 2012


109c 1LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Manises Square

La Seo Neighborhood

The newest part of the Palace of the Generalitat is the tower that overlooks the square of Manises. Built between 1942-1951, it does not clash with the rest of the building, oldest building.

Created on 17 August 2012


109 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Manises Square

La Seo Neighborhood

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 ...

Created on 17 August 2012


109d LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Manises Square. Generalitat Palace (15th century)

La Seo Neighborhood

Although work began in 1422, it is from 1481 when major extensions of this palace are made, run by Francesc Martinez Biulaigua, Joan Guiverro and Pere Compte; they raised the central body of the present ...

Created on 17 August 2012


104a LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Nules Square

La Seo Neighborhood

The building on the right is the Palace of the Catalá of Valeriola (S. XV). In the eighteenth century acquired in reform, its current appearance. It has hosted the Academy of the Nocturnes, who was a literary ...

Created on 17 August 2012


104 LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Nules Square

La Seo Neighborhood

In this square is the palace of the Royal Cavalry of Valencia (S. XVIII), is the building on the left. The Royal Cavalry was founded by Ferdinand VI in 1754, in order to form regiments riders. The palace ...

Created on 17 August 2012