"Torres de Quart" Valencia Things to Do Tip by LanaFromRiga

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  Torres de Quart
by LanaFromRiga
 
 

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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  • Written Aug 15, 2005
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