5 Sights in Xirivella, Spain (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Xirivella, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Xirivella, Spain.

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1. Iglesia de la Virgen de la Salud

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The Parish Church of Our Lady of Health is a Catholic temple in the Square of the Church of Xirivella in the Horta Oest. It is listed as an asset of local relevance with code 46.14.110-001 according to the Fifth Additional Provision of Law 5/2007, of 9 February, of the Generalitat Valenciana, amending Law 4/1998, of 11 June, on Valencian Cultural Heritage. The first church of Xirivella was built in the 13th century by the Order of the Calatrava, and was practically ravaged by a large flood at the end of the 17th century, and under the lordship of the Boïl was built the new church in the same place, and was finished in 1780.

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2. Parc de Capçalera

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Parc de Capçalera Espencat / Public domain

L Angle Arc, or Angle Arc, is a municipal park in the city of Allencia, located at the western end of the town, in the Ant Nest and Ampano residential areas. It is bordered by the city of Islata in the west and Otness in the south; All the way east, confronting the architectural barrier of Arroya Avenue. The Cup part is located between the riverbeds of the Uria River of the Gurui River, which flows southward through the New Uria River bed of Alencia, and the starting point of the Uria River is at the Ctubre Egg Bridge, the river head in the town. L Park, completed in 2008, is one of the largest parks in the city.

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3. Torre del Micalet

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The Miguelete Tower is the bell tower of the Valencia Cathedral in Valencia, Spain. It is known as El Miguelete in Castilian Spanish or Torre del Micalet in the Valencian language. Construction of the tower began in 1381 and was completed in 1429. Due to its complexity and long years of construction, it was successively directed by several master builders; the first being Andrés Juliá, from 1381. Others were José Franch (1396), Pedro Balaguer ; to Martín Llobet (1425), the last of the architects to work on the construction. Subsequently, the belfry was added (1660-1736).

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4. Palau del marques de campo

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Palau del marques de campo Consellería de Cultura / Public domain

The Palace of the Marquis de Campo or the Berbedel is located in the square of the Archbishop n. 3 of the city of Valencia. It is a residential building built in the 17th century, with works carried out in the 19th century. It houses the city museum.

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5. Bioparc València

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The Bioparc is the current Valencia Zoo that has subtitled the Nurseries Zoo since its innauguration in 2008. It is managed by the company Rain Forest Valencia. Specializes in species from the African continent.

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