Monuments in Valencia


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    Muslims built this tower for vigilance and defence purposes. Nowadays only half of the destroyed tower remains.

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    On a sharp rocky outcrop, the remains of this cylindrical tower occupy a strategic position overlooking the valley.

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  • El Castell de Guadalest - Costa Blanca - Comunitat Valenciana

    The monuments that integrate the Villa with the Castle Fort, the Tower and the Church, form a historical site that has been declared as being of Cultural Interest (BCI)

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  • Casa Orduña

    Built resting on the mountain and other contiguous buildings, by means of a masonry loading wall, wood, plaster and ceramic tiles also form a part of the construction. It has four levels and a "cambra". The ground floor consists of a great reception room, warehouse, kitchen, dining room, pantry,...

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    The wall was built, in the Middle Ages, following the differences in the terrain, and it was reconstructed in the XVII century.

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  • Molí del Real Elche/Elx

    An old flour mill from the 18th century, although it possibly has an Islamic origin.

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    The tower, a great construction made up of several bodies, forms part of a large complex, known as the Casa Gran d'Asprella.

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    The tower has suffered several modifications and at the moment is aligned with another construction. The facade has also been modified, exaggerating its recesses.

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  • The transformations to which it has been subjected have left few vestiges of its origins. It was one of the towers built for surveillance of the surrounding countryside.

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  • The origins of this tower are hardly visible given that it was originally built in a rural setting but has been practically absorbed by the city.

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