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This is a bust of Francisco Domingo Marqués, located in Jardins de la Glorieta in Valencia. It was created by Mariano Benlliure to celebrate this famous painter. He is known for his paintings in the eclectic style.

This is a bust of Francisco Domingo Marqués, located in Jardins de la Glorieta in Valencia. It was created by Mariano Benlliure to celebrate this famous painter. He is known for his paintings in the eclectic style.

This headless figure in a cape has a plaque that reads “A La Capa Española” and is located in the Gardens of La Glorieta. It was created by the sculptor Carlos Verdu and donated by the Asociación Valenciana de Caballeros de la Capa Española to the city of Valencia.

This headless figure in a cape has a plaque that reads “A La Capa Española” and is located in the Gardens of La Glorieta. It was created by the sculptor Carlos Verdu and donated by the Asociación Valenciana de Caballeros de la Capa Española to the city of Valencia.

This statue of James I of Aragon, or James I the Conqueror (Jaume el Conqueridor in Catalan), was completed in 1890 by Agapito Vallmitjana. It remembers the king and his conquest of Valencia in 1238, which then became part of his kingdom. He ruled until his death in 1276.

This statue of James I of Aragon, or James I the Conqueror (Jaume el Conqueridor in Catalan), was completed in 1890 by Agapito Vallmitjana. It remembers the king and his conquest of Valencia in 1238, which then became part of his kingdom. He ruled until his death in 1276.

This monument is called Monument to José Campo Pérez, Marqués de Campo, 1885-1911. It was created between 1885-1911 by Mariano Benlliure and is located in Plaza de Cánovas del Castillo. Its purpose is to commemorate all his reforms and achievements during his time as mayor. Some of his accomplishments include: promoting drinking water, paving the streets of Valencia, and reforming the port of the city.

This monument is called Monument to José Campo Pérez, Marqués de Campo, 1885-1911. It was created between 1885-1911 by Mariano Benlliure and is located in Plaza de Cánovas del Castillo. Its purpose is to commemorate all his reforms and achievements during his time as mayor. Some of his accomplishments include: promoting drinking water, paving the streets of Valencia, and reforming the port of the city.

This statue is of St. Vicente Ferrer and is found on Valencia’s Puente del Real. He was born in 1350 and is remembered as a miracle worker, preacher, logician, and philosopher.

This statue is of St. Vicente Ferrer and is found on Valencia’s Puente del Real. He was born in 1350 and is remembered as a miracle worker, preacher, logician, and philosopher.

This is a bust of the painter Joaquín Agrasot, done by Francisco Maroc y Díaz. It is located in Jardin de la Glorieta. Joaquín Agrasot was a Spanish painter who is famous for his realism and costumbrista style paintings.

This is a bust of the painter Joaquín Agrasot, done by Francisco Maroc y Díaz. It is located in Jardin de la Glorieta. Joaquín Agrasot was a Spanish painter who is famous for his realism and costumbrista style paintings.

This is a bust of Vicente López, a painter who was considered one of the best portrait painters of his time. He lived from 1772-1850, and was a Neo-classicist painter, although his paintings have some traces of Rococo style.

This is a bust of Vicente López, a painter who was considered one of the best portrait painters of his time. He lived from and was a Neo-classicist painter, although his paintings have some traces of Rococo style.

This is a bust of Ignacio Vergara, a Spanish sculptor who lived from 1715-1776.  He was considered one of the greatest sculptors in the 18th century. His style was rococo, a combination of “rocaille” and Baroque.

This is a bust of Ignacio Vergara, a Spanish sculptor who lived from He was considered one of the greatest sculptors in the century. His style was rococo, a combination of “rocaille” and Baroque.

This monument is dedicated to Doctor Gómez Ferrerr, created by Paredes (the children are by Luis Bolinche). Located in Jardin de la Glorieta, this was created in 1920, four years before his death, to pay him homage for all his work as a pediatrician.

This monument is dedicated to Doctor Gómez Ferrerr, created by Paredes (the children are by Luis Bolinche). Located in Jardin de la Glorieta, this was created in four years before his death, to pay him homage for all his work as a pediatrician.

This sculpture of Juan de Juanes, or Joan of Joanes in English, is in commemoration of his lasting impact of his artwork. He lived from 1507-1579 and painted “The Last Supper”, which today is in Museo del Prado.

This sculpture of Juan de Juanes, or Joan of Joanes in English, is in commemoration of his lasting impact of his artwork. He lived from and painted “The Last Supper”, which today is in Museo del Prado.

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