From this square starts the street of Quart (intramural). To the left of this street begins the leisure area of the Carmen neighborhood.

The aqueduct that carried the water to the center of the Roman city ran along Calle de Quart (within the walls).

This chalet houses memories, personal objects and literary works of the Valencian writer Vicente Blasco Ibáñez.

It has three floors, the ground floor dedicated to the Assembly Hall. In the first is the museum itself and the second, dedicated to research, contains manuscripts and numerous editions of his works.

The building was designed by the architect Vicente Bochons Llorente for the writer. It was seized by the Francoist city council after the Civil War and used by the Naval Arrows of the Movement. Later, in the 80s of the 20th century, it fell into disuse and was ruined, being demolished.

In the 1990s, the Valencia City Council had to rebuild it in its entirety, respecting its original appearance. It was inaugurated as the Blasco Ibáñez House Museum in 1997.

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