Santa Catalina church

The Church of Santa Catalina was built after the Reconquista (after 1492) on the foundations of what had been a mosque, in the heart of Valencia's historical centre. It is noteworthy for its 17C Baroquebell tower, which is best viewed from the Plaza de la Reina and Calle de la Paz.

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46001 Valencia

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