Town Hall or Cort Nova

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This is a typical example of Valencian civil Gothic style. A palace between dividing partitions, built in the middle of the XV Century to be the seat of the Cort and therefore known as the Cort Nova. The façade is a wide expanse of ashlar stone masonry, with four mullioned bay windows on the ground floor. All the doors at the front have undergone several changes, as has the interior of the building, which has been restored various times. This building features a Salón de Plenos (Assembly Hall) with wooden beams and windows, one of which is a trefoil arch, which look on to the Callejón de los Judíos.

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  • Season: Siglo XV

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