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The most beautiful buildings in Valencia

Valencia is a city in which architecture has reached its highest peak and is valued greatly. Not only the most modern buildings have the combination of originality and aesthetics that are always necessary, but some of the restored buildings still retain a charm that is worth discovering up close.

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House of Dragons

Modernism left its mark on Valencia in an unmistakable way. There are many corners of the city that allowed themselves to be influenced by this artistic current, something that can be noticed especially in the well-known House of Dragons.
Located on Sorní Street, the medievalism of its façade is distinguished by the dragons that make up most of its decorative elements, something that should be enjoyed closely to understand the richness of a unique building.

Old building of the Bank of Valencia

This architectural monument in the city of Valencia has been standing since 1942. At the time, its creator got carried away by the most genuine neo-baroque style to design a building that has become a landmark of the city.
The limestone used for the ornaments of the facade and the red bricks create a perfect combination with the blacksmithing works of its bars, all of which add a touch of elegance and distinction to this special monument.

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Noguera House

La Casa Noguera takes its inspiration directly from the influence of Gothic fusion with the Platerian, something very typical of the city of Valencia that makes some buildings as unique as they are spectacular.
Designed by Francisco de Mora, this building has been standing since 1909 in Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Valencia, a place where it merges with other unique constructions, thus creating a highly valued architectural building.

Jewish House

Valencia has always let the artistic influences of the world flood its streets. The 1930s and the art deco style did not go unnoticed for authors such as Juan Francisco Guardiola Martínez.
This architect pictured the Casa Judía or the Jewish House in his mind before creating a beautiful and unique building that continues to captivate the eyes of all those who pass through Castellón Street.

La Isla de Cuba

The eclecticism makes way in this building from the late nineteenth century by Lucas García Cardona. The iron columns of the facade and the ceramic motifs spread over different spaces create mosaics that are full of colour and originality. All these features form a building that should definitely not be missed out from the list of the most beautiful buildings in Valencia.

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