The towers were built by the "masters of stone" Baldomar Francesc and Pere Compte. This door began building two years earlier (1441) than the Castel Nuovo of Naples (1443), with which bears some resemblance. The two buildings were made under the reign of Alfonso the Magnanimous because he was king of Valencia and Naples.

Its walls preserve the impacts of artillery, even after the restoration of various Carlist wars like the Civil War and, especially, the War of Independence.

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 (Factory Old Walls and Moats). Its origin was a privilege of King Pedro IV Ceremonious mid-fourteenth century.

Part of this square Street Quart (extramural). To the left of this street begins the entertainment area of Barrio del Carmen.

Down the street from Quart (intramural) ran the aqueduct that carried water to the center of the Roman city.

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 of the Order of Santiago.

On this street there are many houses ladder with numerous artisan workshops on the ground floor.

In the building on the left was House Insa, dedicated to rent costumes for theatrical performances, processions of Corpus Christi, etc. This building is where once was the home of painter Joan de Joanes.

The building on the left is the Palace of Raga, also called palace of the Marquis de González de Quirós. The palace, a neoclassical style, is occupied today by a nursing home and was formerly the headquarters of the Teresian Institute, dedicated to teaching.

To the right is the jazz club Jimmy Glass Club.

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