We were impressed with the condition of this historic building. It is an important figure in the old town.
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La Lonja de la Seda is right in the middle of the Old City and is right across from the Central Market in the Plaza del Mercado. We visited on a Sunday when entrance is free. It is a marvelous example of the old style.
Definitely not to be missed. Design details on ceilings, floor, and columns are amazing.Very small entry charge.
It's worth a short visit as it's an interesting building with a unique Gothic architecture (columns from the interior are impressive)! Besides, it is the only building in Valencia that is part of the Unesco Patrimony!
UNESCO World Heritage Site 1996. There are three clearly defined sections and a garden or “orange patio”. 1) The Columnario or Contract Hall is divided into three longitudinal and five transversal naves with eight twisted columns that support the domed ceiling. 2) Consulate: This was...More
For just 2€ you can explore this beautiful old building. Bit difficult to find as entrance is round the back, but if you can find central market you are very close.
Another amazing architectural site. Valencia must have been very rich to have built all these buildings. The twisted columns in the main hall are incredible.