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Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall)

43 reviews of Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall)

Cultural and commercial center of the city

Excellent

Located in its surroundings are the civil buildings most representative of the city. Many still call it Plaza del Caudillo. The clock of the imposing Town Hall is known to give way to the mascletás during las fallas, at 14 hours, this is the plaza that is filled to overflowing with people ready to vibrate with fireworks during these holidays.

The Town Hall also houses the Municipal History Museum of Valencia, it holds the valuable Senyera, the banner of the Reconquista, the sword of James I and the Llibre dels Furs.
The Post Office is another gem recently finished, the stained glass windows are spectacular, don’t forget to come in and have a look.

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Island foreign to the city

In this plaza with early twentieth century architecture, where one finds the famous Baroque style Town Hall, I go with my grandson so he can play with the pigeons. Meanwhile, I relax to the sound of water fountain where pigeons tend to cool off while the city continues with its life and traffic, oblivious to what happens on this little island...

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