Modernist Valencia

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The city's economic boom at the end of the 19C meant the development of new districts and a remodelling of the historic centre. Some extraordinary buildings went up. The Central Market and the Northern Station are representative of the prevailing Modernist style: metal frames, large glazed window bays, vast central cupolas, ceramic friezes... There are also neo-Classical and eclectic buildings (Calle San Vicente Márti), and Art Deco ones like Casa Ferrer (calle Cirilo Amorós).

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La Lonja de la Seda La Lonja de la Seda
La Lonja de la Seda
The Lonja (Silk Exchange) was built in
Church of Los Santos Juanes
Church of Los Santos Juanes
A graceful turret crowns the façade of
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Valencia Central Market Valencia Central Market
Valencia Central Market
The central Mercado, built between 1910
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Santa Catalina church
Santa Catalina church
The Church of Santa Catalina was built
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Redonda Square Redonda Square
Redonda Square
A passage on the right of the church,
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Saint Nicholas' Church of Valencia
Saint Nicholas' Church of Valencia
The Church of Saint Nicholas is one of
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La Lonja de la Seda La Lonja de la Seda
La Lonja de la Seda
The Lonja (Silk Exchange) was built in
Church of Los Santos Juanes
Church of Los Santos Juanes
A graceful turret crowns the façade of
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Valencia Central Market Valencia Central Market
Valencia Central Market
The central Mercado, built between 1910
0:30
See all