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    MERCADO COLÓN OF VALENCIA (EXCLUSIVE REPORT)

    During the early 1900s the Ensanche district of Valencia began to expand at a rapid pace, and the need for a market to meet the neighbourhood’s growing needs became apparent. A block in the centre of the district was split up, and construction on the immense building now known as Mercado de Colón begun. This […]

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    BRITISH INTERNATIONAL CEMETERY OF VALENCIA

    24/7 Valencia: Could you tell us all about the British International Cemetery of Valencia? Diana Clifton-Sewell (Vice President): “The history of the British Cemeteries in Spain began after 1831 when, on 13th November, a Spanish Royal Degree authorised the establishment of suitable places for the interment of non-Catholics whose lives ended in Spain or on […]

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    AN AFTERNOON AT LA LONJA DE LA SEDA

    In 1482, the first stone of what would become one of the 851 world heritage sites was laid. La Lonja, located in Plaza Mercado is a gothic-style building that, at first glance, may be mistaken for a religious building due to its many spiritual and biblical symbols. Declared a National Historic and Artistic monument in […]

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    VALENCIA’S TRIBUNAL DE LES AIGUES: EUROPE’S OLDEST LEGAL BODY

    On the doorstep of Valencia’s Cathedral, the Puerta de los Apóstoles de la Catedral de València, a group of people in black robes ascend the cathedral steps. No, not monks or farmers. They are Judges of Europe’s oldest continuing legal institution, the Tribunal de las Aguas (the Water Court). This body meets every Thursday at […]

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    VERSONALIDAD: VALENCIA’S VIBRANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE SPOKEN WORD SCENE

    This Saturday, Benimaclet’s Kaf Café will host Valencia’s long-running spoken word event “Versonalidad”. The event will kick off at 8:30pm and will feature a wide array of performers.  We were lucky enough to interview the event’s founder Nacho Lázaro on the origins of the event and his thoughts on poetry and spoken word… 24/7 Valencia: […]

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    A NIGHT OF POETRY IN BENIMACLET’S KAF CAFÉ

    Not just a place to sample the gastronomic delights of paella and the notorious cocktail Agua de Valencia, the city of Valencia boasts a thriving arts scene of art, music and poetry. At ‘Kaf Café’ in the artistic neighbourhood of Benimaclet (Plaça d’Emili Beüt i Belenguer, 7, 46020), a local bar has been metamorphosed into […]

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    LA CASA DE LA MAR (Music, gastronomy and beer)

    24/7 VALENCIA: What is ‘La Casa de la Mar’? LA CASA DE LA MAR: Our house holds everything that feeds the spirit. An open space just a step away from ‘Patacona’ Beach where a beer tasting, a game of table football and an acoustic concert can happen at the same time. We can’t deny it, […]

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    THE REAL SOCIEDAD VALENCIANA IS REBORN WITH THE HELP OF SUSANA LOZANO

    Susana Lozano’s interior design studio has been in charge of promoting the new life of the Real Sociedad Valenciana de Agricultura y Deportes, better known as the Casino de Agricultura. Located in an emblematic building in the centre of the city, it has been and will be a meeting point for the Valencian socio-economic and […]

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    SERRA CALDERONA

    Hello, ’24/7 Valencia’ friends! I’m Vicent Montlleó, a potter and your mountain guide.  This time, I’m going to tell you about the Serra Calderona. The city of Valencia is located on the coastal plain that stretches along the mouth of the river Turia and whose northern limit is the Sierra Calderona (in Spanish). Due to […]

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