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La Lonja de Seda
A splendid Gothic structure constructed in the 15th century, La Lonja de Seda was, at the time of fortification, a home to the Silk Exchange of the city. Silk Exchange was the marketplace where the well-known Valencian silk was put under trade with the merchants and was further sold all over the European continent. This impressive building is one of the finest examples of Gothic civil structural design in Europe.
Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas
Also named as the Marquise Palace, Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas now features the National Ceramic Museum. This stunning palace is well-known for its affluently decorated facade with an outstandingly carved alabaster doorway. There is a museum in the palace boasting over 5,000 exhibits of traditional pottery from Valencia and its nearby regions. In addition, other prominent items put on the display here are antique Arab, Roman, and Greek pottery.
The Cathedral of Valencia
A wonderfully built Gothic church with illustrative Miguelete Tower rising above Valencia, the Cathedral of Valencia is built on the site of an old Moorish mosque. This cathedral was constructed in the 13th century and was modernized in 17th century. The external portion of this beautiful church blends together the original Gothic, Romanesque, and Baroque architectural elements.
Museo de Bellas Artes
A fine arts museum in the city, Museo de Bellas Artes is an apt place to discover the artistic heritage of the city. The museum puts on show archeological findings, sculptures, and paintings. Most of the art collection in the museum highlights the works of local artists, from the medieval times to present.