Art Noveau hub

Valencia is one of the European cities were the Art Nouveau style was more deeply rooted. At the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century the region and the city itself were living a noticeable wealthy period because of the agricultural products commercialization.

The city preserves magnificient examples of this period such as the Central Market, the Colon Market, the North Train Station, the Central Post Office and many housing buildings distributed mainly in the neighborhoods of the districts of Ciutat Vella, Russafa and El Cabanyal.