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

Carmen Neighborhood

The building dates from 1880 and was acquired by Jose Benlliure y Gil on his return from Rome in 1912. The house was renovated and equipped with Benlliure the furniture brought from Italy, which are currently ...

Created on 04 October 2012


1202i ZAÍDIA DISTRICT. Royal Gardens

Zaidia District

This garden also has a variety of palm trees. Inside the garden there is also the Museum of Natural Sciences, where the old Rodrigo Botet paleontological collection is exposed.

Created on 17 August 2012


1202f ZAÍDIA DISTRICT. Royal Gardens

Zaidia District

Its layout corresponds to different styles of gardening due to the various renovations made. These gardens have numerous sculptures and monumental fountains, a rose garden, a pond with a waterfall and ...

Created on 17 August 2012


1200 ZAIDÍA DISTRICT. Trinity Convent (15th century)

Zaidia District

This convent has a great historical importance, since it was founded in 1444 by Maria de Castilla, which was Alfonso the Magnanimous consort and regent during his absence long in Naples. Maria would be ...

Created on 17 August 2012


513c SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Alfonso Magnanimous Square

San Francisco Neighborhood

The garden had four fountains in the corners, of which today is only the Neptune. The Turia River flood of 1957 took the other three. The stone bench backed iron surrounding the garden was placed in ...

Created on 17 August 2012


510 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Rinconada de Federico García Sanchiz

San Francisco Neighborhood

The street is located where once the old Jewish quarter or call Valencia, near the house where he had the Valencian philosopher Luis Vives. The building on the right is the Palace of the Dukes of Cardona, ...

Created on 17 August 2012


512 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Courthouse. Former Customs (18th century)

San Francisco Neighborhood

This building, begun in 1758, changed from Customs to be Tobacco Factory in 1828. It was made by Felipe Rubio, Antonio Gilabert and Tomás Miner. In 1895 he suffered a terrible fire. In 1914 renovation ...

Created on 17 August 2012


509a SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. St. Vincent Street

San Francisco Neighborhood

... Avenue to the Plaza de San Agustin. In 1844 he was one of the first to be lit by gas lamps and in it the first cinemas (Romea, Turia, etc.) were also established. Olympia, now a theater, cinema was built ...

Created on 17 August 2012


509 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. St. Vincent Street

San Francisco Neighborhood

... 1886 electric lighting was already installed throughout the city, but for the streets were still using gas lamps.  ...

Created on 17 August 2012


506a SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Sorolla Painter Street. Earls Peñalba Palace (18th century)

San Francisco Neighborhood

This rococo palace was partially occupied, the mid-twentieth century, by the College of Architects. In 1971 it was acquired by Banco Urquijo. It currently houses the Banco de Sabadell.

Created on 17 August 2012


502 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Ribera Street

San Francisco Neighborhood

This street is dedicated to setabense painter Jusepe de Ribera.

Created on 17 August 2012


501 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Ruzafa Walk

San Francisco Neighborhood

On the east side of the street the hospital d'En Bou (S. XIV), the Colegio San Fulgencio (S. XVI) and the convent of Santa Clara (S. XVII) was. On the west side was the hospice Montserrat (S. XVI). All ...

Created on 17 August 2012


500 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Xàtiva Street

San Francisco Neighborhood

On this street there are three emblematic buildings Valencia: North Station, the Bullring and the Luis Vives Institute. The Luis Vives Institute dates back to 1562, although most of what remains and ...

Created on 17 August 2012


803 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Sueca Street- Puerto Rico Street

Ruzafa Neighborhood

Ruzafa, in its oldest part, has a core of irregular streets. This is testimony to its Islamic layout.

Created on 17 August 2012


802 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Cuba Street

Ruzafa Neighborhood

Today the old village of Ruzafa has been fully absorbed by the city of Valencia and is very close to the city center.

Created on 17 August 2012


801 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Tomasos Street

Ruzafa Neighborhood

From 1811 and until 1877, it was an independent village Ruzafa of Valencia.

Created on 17 August 2012


602 ROQUETA NEIGHBORHOOD. Street from the Convent of Jerusalem

Roqueta Neighborhood

This street is named for a convent that was between San Vicente Martir street and her. The Convent of Jerusalem was the fifteenth century and was demolished in 1933.

Created on 17 August 2012


600 ROQUETA NEIGHBORHOOD. North Station (1917)

Roqueta Neighborhood

This season, the architect Demetrio Ribes, was designed in 1906 for the Northern Railway Company. It is one of the buildings inspired by the Viennese Art Nouveau (Secession) we can see in Valencia. It ...

Created on 17 August 2012


707b REMEDIO FLAT NEIGHBORHOOD. Bridge of Sea (16th century)

Remedio Flat Neighborhood

In 1936 the two images of the casilicios are destroyed, and again two new sculptures are built in the 40s of the twentieth century.

Created on 17 August 2012


707 REMEDIO FLAT NEIGHBORHOOD. Bridge of Sea (16th century)

Remedio Flat Neighborhood

This bridge connected the city with the Cami de la Mar (current Avda. Del Puerto), hence its name. It was built during the years 1592-1596. During the Republic ramps were replaced by stairs (as Javier ...

Created on 17 August 2012