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403a PILAR NEIGHBORHOOD. College Art Silk Mayor (S. XV-XVIII)

Velluters Neighborhood

The current façade is the eighteenth century. Above the door contained a high relief of St. Jerome, the patron of the guild, the work of Ignacio Vergara. On the facade, above the door, is inscribed the ...

Created on 15 June 2016


211b LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Church of St. John's Hospital

La Xerea Neighborhood

The church is now entering through a side door at the back of the courtyard. There also is the museum, where you can see the objects found in the excavations of the site.  ...

Created on 04 February 2013


211a LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Church of St. John's Hospital

La Xerea Neighborhood

... This door later built a pointed arch with an oculus in which the Maltese cross appears, as this military and hospital order was actually named St. John of Jerusalem, Rhodes and Malta.  ...

Created on 04 February 2013


18c CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. The Beneficencia Cultural Center (19th century)

Carmen Neighborhood

The old tile baseboards courtyards, were replaced by others made by the artist Carmen Calvo.

Created on 23 November 2012


122a LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Palau Street

La Seo Neighborhood

... near this door, once past the Arch Street Barchilla.  ...

Created on 11 November 2012


33 CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. Garcilaso Street. Escaleta

Carmen Neighborhood

Type of house called house-ladder or rundown. These houses had a home per floor and they went up a side staircase. They were usually hire and occupied the lower classes of the city. On the ground floor ...

Created on 03 November 2012


309d MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. The Lonja

Market Neighborhood

In Contracting, completed in 1498, include eight spiral columns that open like palm trees on top to hold the vault. Its maximum height is 17.40 m.

Created on 07 October 2012


36c CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. Town hall of Valencia. Serranos Towers

Carmen Neighborhood

These doors harbored for a while, during the Civil War, works of art from the Prado Museum; guarded by the Republican Government to the danger of destruction by aerial bombing of Madrid.  ...

Created on 05 October 2012


30d CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. Town hall of Valencia. Benlliure House Museum

Carmen Neighborhood

By the back door of the lobby you enter the garden.  ...

Created on 05 October 2012


1d CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. Town hall of Valencia. Quart Towers

Carmen Neighborhood

The doors dela wall of Valencia at the touch of bores (20 to 21 hours), only the Puerta del Real was open at night until 23 hours closed. Which came later than that time had to sleep on the Llano del Real ...

Created on 04 October 2012


1c CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. Town hall of Valencia. Quart Towers

Carmen Neighborhood

They were built in the mid-fifteenth century in Gothic style. The custom of building walls, towers and gates of the city, as well as maintenance and repair was carried out by the factory Vella Murs i Valls ...

Created on 04 October 2012


1a CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. Town hall of Valencia. Quart Towers

Carmen Neighborhood

These towers and Serranos are the remains of the walls of Valencia, demolished in 1865 on the initiative of the civil governor then, Cirilo Amoros. His takedown served, ...

Created on 04 October 2012


1700l TURIA GARDENS

Turia Gardens

The section VII has about 68,800 m. squares. In 1997 works were carried out to install a central collector and, once finished, the center became a bike lane. In this stretch outdoor sculptures shown.  ...

Created on 17 August 2012


811 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Castellón Street. Building House Jewish (1930)

Ruzafa Neighborhood

This curious building is named for the star of David, which can be seen on the pediment of the door. It was built by the architect Juan Guardiola Martínez Swedish, in a neo-Egyptian language. Guardiola ...

Created on 17 August 2012


807 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Ruzafa Market (1957)

Ruzafa Neighborhood

This market was projected by Julio Bellot Senent and is built on a plot of about 4,800 m. Its factory is cement. Despite being a closed market, the construction of stalls for the outside gives it an outdoor ...

Created on 17 August 2012


800 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Dr. Serrano Street

Ruzafa Neighborhood

Ruzafa name comes from the Arabic word garden, which was one of a hundred names that Muslims called it to heaven or paradise. In this street Dr. Serrano are the Bodegas Biosca, since 1932.

Created on 17 August 2012


400a VELLUTERS NEIGHBORHOOD. Pilar Square

Velluters Neighborhood

The square has several buildings of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Created on 17 August 2012


325a MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. Tossal Square

Market Neighborhood

In the basement of the square Tossal Gallery, official exhibition center that remains of the Islamic wall of Balensiya has: a square tower and a stretch of the wall of the XII century; and a bent door ...

Created on 17 August 2012


323 MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. Square of furnace of St. Nicholas

Market Neighborhood

This square, which is next to the St. Nicholas, is named for an oven that was in it. Not the current furnace, which is from 1802; there must have been an older, because in 1692 the square and was his name. ...

Created on 17 August 2012


319 MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. Cordellats Street

Market Neighborhood

Here the guild Ropers working with esparto settled. Until recently even a shop dedicated to selling products esparto, on the corner of the square of the Company was preserved.

Created on 17 August 2012