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18th Century

This manor house of the 18th Century, also known as Martínez Vallejo palace, was used for a while as the School of Teaching until 1961.

The building, located in the old city in Ciutat Vella district, was rehabilitated later by architects Enrique Celma Marín, Francisco Rozas Fuster and Salvador Vila Ferrer for its usage as Residence Halls for teaching staff and students. It was inaugurated in 1997 and two years later, due to its good reception and its cultural activities, two more houses were added. They were both rehabilitated and adapted to the demands and new usages of this construction.

Some of the preserved architectural elements are particularely interesting: a canvas of the Arabic wall of the 11th Century, the 19th Century Miramar tower and the roof lantern that closes the main stairwell. The mural painting is also worth noting. It was done by Damián Flores in the 10th anniversary of the School and its titled The impossible visit of Juan Peset.

In addition to all of this, the School offers vast and interesting cultural activities.

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