Valencia – The city of the The Holy Grail.

It is the 3rd largest city in Spain. Here are some of the photos of the places that you can visit.

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The National Ceramics Museum Gonzalez Marti
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The National Ceramics Museum Gonzalez Marti is housed in a palace that dates from the 15th century and was refurbished in 1740 on rococo style with a magnificent alabaster entrance.

 

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Torres de Serranos, is one of the twelve gates that formed part of the ancient city wall.
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The Miguelete bell tower of octagonal base, of Valencian Gothic style, has 50.85 meters of height, was realized between 1381 and 1424 by Andrés Juliá and others. Its access is made by a spiral staircase.
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An 18th century belfry crowns the Miguelete. After 270 steps on a spiral staircase you will have a 360° view of the city of Valencia.
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The Valencia Cathedral.
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Built on the site of a Roman temple, which later became a mosque the origins of the cathedral date back to the 13th century.
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The Holy Grail – http://www.catedraldevalencia.es/en/el-santo-caliz_historia.php
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The Mercat Central brings together almost 300 small traders and 1,500 people are involved in its daily activity. It is the largest centre of its kind in Europe specialising in fresh products and the first market in the world to rise to the challenge of computerising sales and offering home delivery, services which have been available since 2nd October 1996.
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Estació del Nord – this year (2017) it is 100 years old.
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Plaza de Toros de Valencia. Its structure is formed by a 48-sides polygon, 384 external arches.
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Església dels Sants Joans, It has its origin in an old mosque converted into a hermitage, a case similar to that of many other parishes in the city.
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Overlooking the City of Valencia from EL MIGUELETE.
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The Malvarrosa Beach is a fine golden sand beach, lined by a promenade, restaurants and cafés.
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It is the most famous beach in Valencia.

http://www.espanarusa.com; http://www.valencia.es; http://www.visitvalencia.com; wikipedia

5 thoughts on “Valencia – The city of the The Holy Grail.

  1. Wow this really makes me want to go back to Spain 🙂

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  2. Such lovely gallery!

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  3. Quiero vivir en Espana! … quizas en el proximo ano …

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