Monuments in Valencia


  • Iglesia de la Asunción

    The temple belongs to the moderate baroque period, but was reconstructed after 1939, in order to repair damages caused in the civil war. A current restoration has brought to light some interesting frescoes.

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  • Ermita de Santa Paula

    The hermitage of Santa Paula is one of the hermitages of the Conquest, it receives a pilgrimage celebrated on the 26th of January, date on which the temple opens its doors.

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  • Almacenes portuarios (Antiguas Atarazanas)

    The building is unregistered, since the development of trade, of the original design (for the construction of ships) only the exterior remains, which presents an Arabic tile roof.

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  • Torre del Gerro

    Its privileged position allowed the control of almost the whole of the Gulf of Valencia. Its peculiarity rests in the division presented in its central body, it also possesses a Coat of Arms.

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  • Torre Almadraba

    This tower formed a part of vigilance and defence network of the population, protecting from possible attacks by pirates. It is a masonry watchtower with a conical body that has been recently restored.

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  • Img 1: TOWN HALL

    When ‘torre del Consell’ stopped being used the authorities they moved to the current town hall, built in the Gothic style, to which a baroque facade was added.

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  • Img 1: HERMITAGE OF SAN JUAN

    In an exceptional location, the white hermitage of San Juan forms part of the some called “Hermitages of the Conquest”, which were built after the Christian re-conquest of the area.

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  • Barrio Les Roques

    The XIX century neighbourhood was the former Arabic village.

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    On private property it forms part of a set of defensive buildings.

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  • Iglesia de San Antonio

    The church forms part of an architectural set which includes a Convent from the XVI century, the Church of San Antonio, whose state is a result of the remodelling carried out in the XVIII century. The square known as the “Plaza del Convento”, dates back to the XVII century.

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