'Barrio del Carmen' is the most popular neighborhood in the old district of the city. Its small streets will take you ... More
Plaza del Carmen
'Barrio del Carmen' is the most popular neighborhood in the old district of the city. Its small streets will take you back to the olden days while contrasting with the mostly young faces who move about the neighborhood, especially at night. The Plaza del Carmen is in the heart of this area and is so-named because of the old Carmelite convent and now School of Fine Arts found in the square. The rectangular shaped plaza is also adorned with another important architectural landmark, the Palacio del Intendente Pineda. There's also a statue of Juan de Juanes from 1960 in the center.
This train station is another example of Modernist art at its best. It's found next to the bullring , on
Xàtiva Street, and it was built between 1909 and 1917 by Demetrio Ribes. One of its most noteworthy features ...
Today's Valencian Parliament is seated in the Benicarlo Palace in central San Lorenzo plaza. The construction of this building, recently
renovated, dates back to the 15th Century. Its general style is Gothic, though the facade evidences various transformations and ...
The old bed of the Turia river was converted into a series of very different gardens and the site of
some of the most important buildings recently constructed in the city. This is where you will find the Palau ...
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