This square is dedicated poet and Conservative MP nineteenth century, Teodoro Llorente, who lived in the building you see in the picture opposite.

The statue is dedicated to the painter Ribera. This sculpture suffered several moves to settle at this place.

Here also was Ali bufat tower, torn down in 1865. He was famous because here the Muslims hoisted the banner of James I in signal surrender Balansiya, Muslim Valencia.

In this square is the palace (former monastery) and the church called the Temple.

Although the land on which they settle belonged since the early fourteenth century, the Order of Montesa, still retained the name of the Temple. Indeed, in 1317 the Order of Montesa inherited the monastery and church, being dissolved the Order of the Temple.

The new monastery and the new church of the Order of Montesa were built during the years 1761-1770 by order of Carlos III, after the earthquake that destroyed the castle of Montesa and tear down the old medieval buildings that had belonged in his day to order of the Temple, located in this square. His style is neoclassical.

After the War of Independence was abandoned monastery, being used later by various administrations. It is currently the headquarters of the Government Delegation.

The name of this square comes from a supposed saint named, but the discovery of a lump in the thirteenth century, when opened contained an image of Christ. Thus he was called the Holy Lump of Jesus (Sant Bult in Valencian). The image of the Holy Lump is usually kept in the School Board Home Sant Bult, situated at En Blanch.

This small square keep intact the modest family homes of the nineteenth century and has a Atzucac (dead end), which is right on the image, with the curious name of street impertinence.

The atzucacs are inherited from the old urban layout of the Muslim city of Balansiya.

This bridge was built in the late sixteenth century, replacing another he had made with wood and brittle materials. Casalicios has two, one with the statue of San Vicente Martir and one with San Vicente Ferrer. The bridge was rebuilt and expanded in width in 1968. In this reform lost a side staircase down to the river.

Statues of San Vicente Martir and San Vicente Ferrer, the seventeenth century, were destroyed during the Civil War. They were replenished during the years 1945-1946. Of San Vicente Ferrer (pictured) is the work of Ignacio Pinazo Martínez.

Although this palace of Gothic origin, takes its current configuration in the eighteenth century. The sixth Earl of Cervello, Felipe Carlos Osorio, the municipal government ceded to move to live in Madrid.

During the nineteenth century was Captaincy and Military Real Estate at toppling the former Royal Palace located in the gardens of Viveros in 1810, during the War of Independence. It was the residence of Marshal Suchet during the Napoleonic invasion and later Fernando VII signed here the decree repealing the Cortes of Cadiz in 1814. The Regent Maria Cristina also signed here his abdication in 1840, starting into exile and leaving her daughter Isabel tutored by Espartero.

In 1936 it hosted the Communist Party and, after the Civil War, hosted the O.J.E., of Triunfo and Cid academies, and pension "La Vasca". In 1976 he passes ownership of the City Council and in 2003 is inaugurated as Municipal Historical Archive.

In this square, located outside the walls in times of Muslim Valencia, the community of citizens gathered on special occasions (the sar'ia). That gave name to the neighborhood located next to (the Xerea), and within the wall.

The building on the left is the Bancaja Cultural Centre. Dates from 1891 and was remodeled in 1980-1982. Of its original interior layout there is nothing left to adapt the building for cultural work. 1891 only preserves the facades.

In the foreground is a statue of San Vicente Ferrer, who is here since 1960. This is attributed to Ignacio Vergara, but not much security. The statue is located in the same square where it was placed the convent of San Vicente Ferrer and near his birthplace.

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