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The Archdiocese of Valencia (Latin, Valentina) is a Catholic ecclesiastical territory located in north-eastern Spain, in the province of Valencia, part of the autonomous community of Valencia. The archdiocese heads the ecclesiastical province of Valencia, with authority over the suffragan dioceses of Ibiza, Majorca, Minorca, Orihuela-Alicante and Segorbe-Castellón. The archbishops are seated in Valencia Cathedral. On 28 August 2014, Pope Francis appointed Cardinal Antonio Cañizares Llovera as the next archbishop of Valencia.
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Tower with a beautiful view on almost whole Valencia. If you are visiting the city, you have to go here. But it is a wait here, so take a time. It is worth it
Ticket just 2 euro. Worth going. Lot of stairs 🙂
This is the most beautiful view that I saw for a long time. Absolutely breath taking - literally (but not beacuse of stair) - but THE VIEW. MUST HAVE on your trip to Valencia!
Amazing 360° view of Valencia. It only costs €2 to climb the 207 steps. Enter to the left and go straight to the tower entrante. It can be tough as they are big steps but take your time as it's worth it when you reach the cool breeze at the top.
Get up there! 2 Euros entree, a „few“ steps and you will have a breath taking view over Valencia 🇪🇸😎
Interesting to see..but 8 euro seems a lot..if u wait until sunday is free
Great view of Valencia from the top of the tower. There are 207 steps to climb in total. Admission is 2€
Very good. The price is 2 euros per person. The view is magnificient. Worth the money