Apparently the name of the street you come from a miracle of S. Vicente Ferrer, who before drought predicted a sharp fall drops of rain as big as hazelnuts.

In this street he lived for a while the doctor and Nobel laureate Santiago Ramon y Cajal.

In a newly built house located at number 11 of the street and through a glass, you can see a gate of the Roman wall of the second century B.C.

In the photo the sculpture of San Luis Beltran appears.

Before putting the two current statues, the bridge had about casalicios with sculptures of the Moors in Alzira, converted to Christianity and then martyred, San Bernardo (Ahmet); and his sisters Grace (Zaida) and Mary (Zoraida). With the War of Independence, and later the Carlista, the statues were destroyed.

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