This building, begun in 1758, changed from Customs to be Tobacco Factory in 1828. It was made by Felipe Rubio, Antonio Gilabert and Tomás Miner. In 1895 he suffered a terrible fire. In 1914 renovation work began to transform it into courthouse, which occurred in 1922.

The sculptures of Carlos III, Justice and Prudence, from the top of the cover, are works of Ignacio Vergara.

The Neptune fountain located in a corner of the square, had previously been in the garden of Canon Pontons in Patraix. This canon, who lived between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, had an opulent residence in Patraix filled with statues and fountains that were distributed after the city of Valencia. This residence bequeathed the canon, when he died, the kings of Spain Felipe V and Maria Luisa of Savoy.

Fishermen neighborhood was demolished in the late nineteenth century and new, wider and streets paved with stone pavers opened. The Post was one of elllas street.

The fact that the district Fishermen here since the Middle Ages be found, and not on the coast, it was for fear of attack by pirates.

The Provincial Hospital was founded in 1512, by order of Ferdinand in all hospitals of the time was in Valencia was merged into one.

The old hospital, which was destroyed by fire in 1545, is the cover isolated (pictured). The current building dates from 1546 and is the work of Gaspar Gregori, who also built the gallery arches of the cathedral that overlooks the Plaza de la Virgen. The hospital was already fully realized in Renaissance style.

In 1960 the new hospital was built on Avenida del Cid. Today the building is intended to Gaspar Gregori public library.

This hospital is the first model applied in Spain emerged in northern Italy, with a central space where all rooms and two wards where the sick could be separated by sex and diseases are controlled. Of the two infirmaries only it remains standing today transformed into a public library. The other was demolished in 1974 and remaining loose parts in the gardens (columns, capitals, etc.).

This church is all that remains of the former Augustinian monastery founded outside the walls of the Muslim wall in 1281. With the extension of the wall in the fourteenth century the convent was within the walls of this time seems to be the current nave of the church. The new bell tower dates from 1912.

Javier Goerlich, from 1940, returns to the initial gothic church baroque and classicist removing the overlying decoration, building the cover that faces the street Guillem de Castro and finishing off the belfry. This important convent (got to have two cloisters) are remains in the Museum of Fine Arts.

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