Settlements similar to or like Valencia
Capital of the autonomous community of Valencia and the third-largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, surpassing 800,000 inhabitants in the municipality. Wikipedia
- Gothic civil architecture in Spain includes the Silk Exchange in Valencia, Spain (1482–1548), a major marketplace, which has a main hall with twisting columns beneath its vaulted ceiling.
- This also applies to former and current heads of government of the Autonomous Communities of Valencia and Balearic Islands.
- Barcelona was the leading slave trade centre of the Crown of Aragon up until the 15th century, when it was eclipsed by Valencia.
- In 1229 Majorca was conquered, so was Valencia in 1238.
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