• San Joaquín Street still conserves some of the original XIII Century buildings, and it joins the squares of General Aranda and San Bartolomé in an irregular line. The Casa del Marqués is...

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  • Img 1: PUIG DE LA NAO

    Puig de la Nao is one of the most significant Iberian settlements of the Region of Valencia. Its crowning moment in history was between the V and IV Century B.C., although the settlements...

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  • Img 1: MUCBE CONVENT OF SAN FRANCISCO

    The convent still has its original structure, in spite of being extensively restored. It has a single nave, without side chapels, and a simple cloister. Masonry is used for the whole building, exc...

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  • Img 1: BOSCH HOUSE

    Nowadays this building is home to a bank, but it was constructed by a family that gave it its name. It is in the Modernist style, as can be seen from the façade, and is one of the few examples in...

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