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809 RUZAFA NEIGHBORHOOD. Convent of Our Lady of the Angels

Ruzafa Neighborhood

This convent, the seventeenth century, is located at the point where Jaime I set up his camp for the conquest of Valencia, where he signed the capitulation Zayyan, the last Moorish king of Valencia.

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


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


302 MARKET NEIGHBORHOOD. Old Street of Straw. Santos Juanes Church

Market Neighborhood

This church, of Gothic origin, will be in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries when acquired its current appearance. He will undergo several fires throughout its history, the first in 1311. In 1592, ...

Created on 17 August 2012


204a LA XEREA NEIGHBORHOOD. St. Bult Square

La Xerea Neighborhood

This small square keep intact the modest family homes of the nineteenth century and has a Atzucac (dead end), which is right on the image, with the curious name of street impertinence. The atzucacs are ...

Created on 17 August 2012


4 CARMEN NEIGHBORHOOD. San Jaime Square

Carmen Neighborhood

This square, dedicated to San Jaime (Santiago), keep a piece of the Muslim wall in the building right corner of Calle Caballeros. Here was the church for which Jaime I donated the land to the Knights ...

Created on 17 August 2012