"Plaza Redonda" Valencia Off The Beaten Path Tip by Edu_G

Valencia Off The Beaten Path: 57 reviews and 81 photos

  Plaza Redonda
by Edu_G

This Round Plaza (it would sound funny to say Round Square!!) is a market of things that aren't sold in the central market. Built in middle XIX century, you can find there from material for a dress, a parrot, color fishes or Manises ceramics. It is very interesting going here on Sunday Mornings, because it's when the market is more crowed and there's also the selling of color birds. Next to the plaza redonda and just in front of Santa Catalina church, there is a little square with (maybe) the narrowest house in the world.It's a red house in the middle of two houses and it's only 1'15 meters wide.

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  • Written Feb 25, 2003
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