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215b LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Admiral's Baths (14th century)

La Xerea Neighborhood

...    In the photo the warm room where people spent most of the time appears.    ...

Created on 08 December 2015


215a LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. Admiral's Baths (14th century)

La Xerea Neighborhood

... was the very warm floor, people continuously pouring buckets of water, and that generated steam. Here they spent only a few minutes.    ...

Created on 08 December 2015


122a LA SEO NEIGHBORHOOD. Palau Street

La Seo Neighborhood

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 ...

Created on 11 November 2012


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

Carmen Neighborhood

These towers are named after which of them left the road leading to the town of Quart de Poblet, people who belonged to the monastery of Poblet in Tarragona. They were also called Cal towers, as the ...

Created on 04 October 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


1700q TURIA GARDENS. Gulliver

Turia Gardens

In the section XII of the Garden of Turia is the Gulliver Park. This section, located from Bridge Guardian Angel, has an area of 61,000 m. squares.

Created on 17 August 2012


517 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Vinatea Square

San Francisco Neighborhood

This square was formed in 2012 with the demolition of a block of houses and construction of underground parking.

Created on 17 August 2012


518 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Church of St. Augustine (13th-20th century)

San Francisco Neighborhood

This church is all that remains of the former Augustinian monastery founded outside the walls of the Muslim wall in 1281. With the extension of the wall in the fourteenth century the convent was within ...

Created on 17 August 2012


513a SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Alfonso Magnanimous Square

San Francisco Neighborhood

Until 1852 the square is not landscaped, leaving only an esplanade since 1813. The gatehouse was later dedicated to Tutelar Juvenile Court and later Consumer Protection Office.

Created on 17 August 2012


509 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. St. Vincent Street

San Francisco Neighborhood

This long street is actually a piece of the famous Roman Via Augusta. By 1850 the street was extended from 10 m. width to 14 m. They disappeared medieval buildings and filled with nineteenth-century buildings, ...

Created on 17 August 2012


508c SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Street of the Abbey of St. Martin

San Francisco Neighborhood

The southern front of the church, which overlooks the street from the Abbey of St. Martin, is the eighteenth century and is attributed to Ignacio Vergara relief.

Created on 17 August 2012


508a SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. St. Vincent Street. St. Martin Church

San Francisco Neighborhood

The bell tower of the church is from the early seventeenth century and serve as a model for others in Valencia. On the home front, which faces the street San Vicente Martir, you can see above the mark ...

Created on 17 August 2012


506 SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Bank of Valencia (1942)

San Francisco Neighborhood

In this building they involved several architects, including Javier Goerlich. The building shows the radical change given by the architecture in the postwar period, here has gone all rationalism.

Created on 17 August 2012


503b SAN FRANCISCO NEIGHBORHOOD. Town Hall Square

San Francisco Neighborhood

In this square it was located the former convent of San Francisco, which was demolished in 1891. Instead San Francisco park was built. The square was configured with the following spaces: the park of ...

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


805 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Denia Street

Ruzafa Neighborhood

The people of this district were engaged for a long time to pick with hooks trunks transported from the Serrania by the Turia River, so the neighborhood was known as "Terra del ganxo".  ...

Created on 17 August 2012


702 REMEDIO FLAT NEIGHBORHOOD. Dragons House (1901)

Remedio Flat Neighborhood

This building was designed by architect J. M. Manuel Cortina Pérez, who is also author of other buildings in the enlargement.

Created on 17 August 2012


701 REMEDIO FLAT NEIGHBORHOOD. Old Colón Market (1916)

Remedio Flat Neighborhood

This market was designed by Francisco Mora Berenguer. It consists of a rectangular metal framework on cast iron pillars and two monumental brick facades. Its surface is delimited by a fence.

Created on 17 August 2012


402a VELLUTERS NEIGHBORHOOD. Butchers Street

Velluters Neighborhood

The building on the left, No. 12 Street, is a good example of home-workshop Sedera eighteenth century. The neighborhood is also called Velluters, who were the workers who concocted the silk thread. In ...

Created on 17 August 2012