In the middle of the seventeenth century, Diego Martínez Ponce de Urrana built the Chapel of the Communion, which will decorate with fresh José Vergara between 1779-1784.

The part of the head of the church gives to the Market Square. This part was treated as a facade more and built from 1700 to 1713. It has a terrace below which the Covetes Sant Joan (San Juan Covachas) calls, which are a semi-basements where small businesses were located were located and they are now boarded up.

The interior is a baroque overflowing with statues of James Bertessi and vault, painted by the artist Antonio Palomino to have it ready on the day of San Juan of 1701.

Luis Lopez, son of the painter Vicente Lopez, made a restoration of the frescoes in 1861.

The altarpiece is the missing church of the Assumption of Betolaza (Alava), which was brought to the church of the Santos Juanes in 1969.

Market Square is located in the old suburb of Boatella. James I granted privilege in 1261 to a permanent market here is installed.

The plaza served to organize fair and shows like that made Alfonso the Magnanimous. It also was the site of executions since the beginning of the fifteenth century (here the gallows stood). He also served, from 1400 to 1859, to celebrate bullfights.

The photo shows the place of the Market Square where Palafox Street begins.

In 1840 the convents of Merced Cupcakes and were torn down. At the site of the convent Cupcakes New Market, an open building constructed in wood and iron rose. In this same site then it builds the Central Market.

This street is so named because breakage occurred here (trench trencar comes from the verb = break) of the old Muslim walls, to communicate with the market, which was on the outside.

It was the first paved street in all Valencia in 1766. The streets were usually ground, except for the steps of the Exchange.

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