"Torres de Quart" Valencia Things to Do Tip by LanaFromRiga
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Late Gothic military construction. They were planned as defensive towers, and until 1874 they were known as the Torres de Cal because during the 18th century a payment of lime was demanded from everyone who passed through. For some time it was used as a prison for women. At the moment it is a headquarters of the museum – graphic collection of the locksmith’s forge.
Address: C/Guillem de Castro
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