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1. Torres dels Serrans
The Serrans Gate or Serranos Gate, also known as Serrans Towers or Serranos Towers is one of the twelve gates that formed part of the ancient city wall, the Christian Wall, of the city of Valencia, Spain. It was built in Valencian Gothic style at the end of the 14th century. Its name is probably due to its location in the northeast of the old city centre, making it the entry point for the royal road connecting Valencia with the comarca or district of Els Serrans as well as the entry point for the royal road to Barcelona, or because the majority of settlers near there in the time of James I of Aragon were from the area around Teruel, whose inhabitants were often called serrans by the Valencians. Alternatively, the gate may also have been named after an important family, the Serrans, who lived in a street with the same name.
2. Museo Fallero
The current Fallas Museum of Valencia has been installed since 1971 in the former Convent of the Mission House of Sant Vicenç de Paül, which was completed in 1831, which is why it preserves part of a structure of corridors and old cells. Subsequently it had multiple uses, such as prison, barracks or warehouse. The Faller Museum was refurbished and restructured in the early 1990s, being reopened in 1995. In 2016 the Faller Museum was approved as the Official Museum of the Generalitat Valenciana, being restructured in its museological and museographical approaches. One of the novelties of this restructuring was the launch of the temporary exhibition hall "Josep Alarte", dedicated to anthological exhibitions of the work of fallas artists.
3. Museu Valencià d'Etnologia
The Valencian Museum of Ethnology is a museum located in the city of Valencia, mediterranean Spain. The museum mission defines it as cultural institution primarily devoted to collect, research and communicate the tangible and intangible heritage related to traditional and popular Valencian culture. The mission underlines that the museum also aims to permanently question fundamental aspects of the culture, as the dynamics that built it and force it to evolve, as well as its diversity. Although fundamentally devoted to Valencian cultural identity within a Mediterranean context, this museum also works to give visitors the chance to understand the challenges and dynamics of culture as a whole and from a contemporary perspective.
4. Iglesia de San Juan del Mercado
The church of Sant Joan del Mercat or Church of the Saints Joans is one of the oldest churches in the city of Valencia, located in front of the Silk Market and next to the Central Market. Historical and artistic monument since 1942, it was built from 1240 on the site where there was a first mosque. Due to the fires, it was rebuilt during the fourteenth century in the Gothic style, and was completely reformed during the 17th and 18th centuries, which gave it the current Baroque appearance. In 1936 he suffered a new fire. It is now in the process of restoring.
L'Umbracle, part of the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències complex in Valencia, Spain, is a sculpture garden and landscaped walk with plant species indigenous to Valencia. It harbors in its interior The Walk of the Sculptures, an outdoor art gallery with sculptures from contemporary artists. The Umbracle is a space that is a home to numerous sculptures surrounded by nature. It was designed by Santiago Calatrava as an entrance along the south-western edge to the City of Arts and Sciences and as a cover over its car park. L'Umbracle was completed in 2001.
6. Parc d'Orriols
The Municipal Park of Orriols or Orriols Garden is a public park in Valencia located in the north of the city, in the district of Orriols and near Sant Llorenç. Takes the form of an inverted one. It is located next to the Ciutat de Valencia Stadium and near Alfauir Street. It is served by line 6 of the tram that stops at the Stadium of the Levante. It is surrounded by Santiago Rusiñol Street to the north, Calle de la Beata Genoveva Torres to the east, Sant Vicent de Paül street to the west and the street of the Tolsà architect to the south.
7. Antiguo Real Convento de Santo Domingo
The Convent of Santo Domingo was a convent of the Dominican Order in the city of Valencia, Spain. Construction of the church began on land granted by King James I of Aragon in 1239, but it was subsequently replaced by a larger structure in 1250. The building went through renovations and expansions during different periods in history, hence it is home to Renaissance, Neoclassical, Valencian Gothic and Baroque styles of architecture. It was classified as a Bien de Interés Cultural in 1931, and is now used as a Spanish Army headquarters.
8. Plaça de bous de València
The bullring of Valencia was built throughout the 1850s, on the site of an earlier square that due to budget problems was never finished. It is neoclassical, specifically simple Doric, inspired by Roman civil architecture, the Flavian amphitheater (Colosseum), or the amphitheater of Nîmes (France). It was built by the Valencian architect Sebastián Monleón Estellés. Its structure is formed by a polygon of 48 sides, with 384 arches to the outside, made of brick following the neo-Mudejar style.
9. Iglesia de San Juan del Hospital
The church of Sant Joan de l'Hospital, Cistercian Gothic with some Romanesque elements, is the oldest in the city of Valencia. Located inside an island bounded between the streets of La Mar, Sant Cristòfol, Miracle and Trinquet de Cavallers, in the neighborhood of La Xerea, within the district of Ciutat Vella, its name is due to the Order of Saint John of the Hospital or Order of Malta. Since 1943, it has been a historic-artistic monument and since 1966 it has been directed by Opus Dei.
10. Iglesia del Pilar
The Church of the Pillar, or Church of Our Lady of Pilar and Sant Llorenç is the church of the old Dominican convent of the same name, and mainly it is what remains. The Velluters or El Pilar district is located, a name given to the old convent. More exactly it is located between the street of Guillem de Castro, the street of Maldonado and the square of the Pilar, in the city of Valencia.
11. Parc de l'Oest
The Parc de l'Oest is a municipal park in Valencia located to the west of the city, in the Tres Forques district. It has an inverted L-shaped. It is located to the north by Avenida del Cid and to the east by Énguera street, with the northeastern corner setting with Plaza de Castilla. To the south lies the street of the musician Ayllón. It features a metro station, Avenida del Cid.
12. Casa-Museo Blasco Ibañez
The Asa Museum Lasco Banez is the current name, which has been renovated. It comes from the former residence of Valencia writer Icente Lasco Banez and is located in Alencia town at one end of Alva-Rosa beach. It is declared as Onumente of history and art and recognized as a cultural interest point (-51-0004451). Its name is famous with Alencia and Icente Lasco Banez.
13. Palau del Marqués de Dos Aigües
The Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas is a Rococo nobility palace, historically important in the city, is located in one of the most central locations in the city of Valencia (Spain), stately mansion that was of the Marqueses of Dos Aguas, currently owned by the Spanish State, where houses the González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts.
14. Ermita dels Peixets
The hermitage of the Miracle, the miracle of the fish or, simply, of the fish, is a hermitage of Alboraia, located to the south of the mouth of the Carraixet ravine, near the Platacona beach. Also, Sobremira Port Saplatja, an urban center of Alboraia located on the northern shore of the ravine. The hermitage is dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament.
15. Palau dels Boïl d'Arenós
The Palace of the Boïl d'Arenós also known as the House of the Lord of Bétera, located on Carrer dels Llibrers 2, in the Xerea neighborhood of Ciutat Vella in Valencia, is a palace that follows the medieval typology of Valencian palaces but refined and revised by later customs and traditions, raised on a corner plot owned by the Boïl family.
16. Institut Valencià d'Art Modern
The Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, also known by the acronym IVAM, was the first center of modern art created in Spain, opening in 1989 in the city of Valencia. The Institut Valencià d'Art Modern is an important center for modern and contemporary art in Spain and Europe. Nuria Enguita Mayo is the Director of the museum since September 2020.
17. Edificio de Correos
The Correos and Telegraph Palace building in Valencia is a building located in the town hall square. It was built between 1915 and 1922 and inaugurated in 1923, where the old fishing neighborhood was partly, leaving Las Barcas streets near the streets. He was subsidized by the Maura government for the modernization of postal services in Spain.
18. Museu de les Ciències «Príncep Felip»
The Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe is a science museum in Valencia, Spain. It is part of the City of Arts and Sciences, an architectural complex within the city and can be found at the end of Luis García Berlanga Street. Its director is Manuel Toharia, a Spanish science writer and television personality.
19. Sant Joan de la Creu
Rice's Ant Aoan church was built after the Christian conquest of the city and was built in the sunlight of the mosque. S is in the Erea neighbourhood, and the facade is on the street of Aoueta Errol, between it and the streets of Ilagut, Rossida and Ant Endru in the city of Elencia, which is Erea's.
20. Iglesia de San Martín
Ant Atir Church, composed of Ant Atir Isbee and Ant Nitoni Bat, is one of the oldest churches in Elencia, located at the beginning of Ant Atir Isbee Street. Its origins need to be found when Ome conquered the city, and it is in principle a mosque of Catholic worship.
21. Iglesia de San Augustin
22. Palau de l'Exposició
The Palau de la Exhibition is a municipal building in the city of Valencia, located on Calle Galicia no. 1. It was built in 1908 by the architect Francesc Mora i Berenguer following the Valencian modernist style and the neo -Gothic.
23. Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències
The City of Arts and Sciences is a cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia, Spain. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.
24. Jardines de Monforte
The Monforte Garden, also known as the Hort de Romero, is an ornamental garden in the city of Valencia, located in the exhibition district, between Montfort Street, the Spanish Legion Square and the Chiron Clinic.
25. Jardins d'Aiora
The Palace de Ayora and its garden, is an architectural complex located in the Ayora neighborhood of the city of Valencia (Spain). It was built in the nineteenth century in Valencian eclectic and modernist style.
26. Mercat Central
27. Al Poeta Teodoro Llorente
Teodoro's tearful olive grove is a Spanish poet, translator and writer in Valencia and Castile. He is the most important poet in Valencia Renaissance. He was a lawyer and practiced for a period of time.
28. El Parotet
Parotet is a famous monument located at the European roundabout east of the city of Valencia near the City of Art and the Tower of France. This name is named because of its similarity with dragonflies.
29. Catedral de Valencia
Valencia Cathedral, at greater length the Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia, also known as St Mary's Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church in Valencia, Spain.
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