In the garden or Patio de los Naranjos there a starry source is not the original, but a recent neo-Gothic building. The garden is watered with water from a well located in the nearby street cinched. With the water from this well is also supplied through a cenia or waterwheel built in 1531, a source at the Market Square, opposite the Lonja.

The garden is up to Consolat del Mar, which was where the problems were resolved maritime trade. This is already Renaissance style and has a coffered ceiling that was formerly in the House of the City.

Dr. Collado square is dedicated to Luis Collado (1520-1589), who was a professor of anatomy at the University of Valencia and scholar of the ossicles.

Here was the old Lonja de los Mercaderes, the fourteenth century, called Lonja Oil product being the largest trade. It was demolished in 1877. In this market were brought, by the mustasaf or almotacén, merchants who had tried to deceive, to expose them to popular derision.

In one corner of the square is a unique trade in the city: Blas Moon Daughter hardware store. In it are sold from gauzes, to any tool for the field; more like a rural trade.

A little later, on the same side, there was a repair shop theater projectors.

This Gothic palace is subdivided into rental housing in the nineteenth century. Later I remained uninhabited for quite some time, until a private foundation, Chirivella-Soriano, restored it during the years 2003-2005. Today it is a cultural center where exhibitions. Unfortunately the surroundings are not consistent with its interior.

Zeit Abu Zeit (or Zaid) was Moorish king of Valencia, fired by Zayyan in 1229. Later he converted to Christianity and took the name of Vincent Bellvís. His remains are buried in the convent current Puridad.

This street, next to James I and Conquest arose over the demolition of the convent of the Puridad in 1836. It was the first urban intervention in the city to build housing for the middle bourgeoisie, with toilets and own well; without workshops on the ground floor. The project was conducted in mid-nineteenth century.

In this street is the French Institute, dedicated to promoting French language and culture.

This street is called a type of tanners in the Middle Ages worked with skins of deer, roe deer, fallow deer and sheep to make gloves and scrolls.

The building on the left, in 1870, was dedicated to cockfighting hobby that lasted until 1936. It was renovated in 1990-1991 to devote to exhibit space. Museus belongs to the Consortium of Valencia.

In 1916 a cover is constructed on an interim principle on the stalls. This cover hindered the view of the square.

During the years 2008-2010 was restored inside front. In 2012 the new stalls in the center of the square were placed and set a new lower deck that he had, with metal plates that do not reduce both their vision, making it more transparent.

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