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Torres de Serranos in Valencia (Spain)

Torres de Serranos used to be one of the gates of the old medieval city wall surrounding Valencia (Spain). The gate was built in the 14th centuries with defensive function, however, […]

Memorable Travels of 2014

Year 2014 is near to end. I did travel this year as holiday and overall I enjoyed my break from the office routines. Those traveling days are now just memories […]

Lonja de la Seda

Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. The Gothic style building was built in between 1480-ish to 1548. A beautiful addition to Valencia’s […]

Valencia: the City of Arts and Sciences

The main reason to visit Valencia was mainly because of this complex. I have been intrigued by the modern designs of the City of Arts and Sciences complex. The complex […]

The Churches of Valencia

The most famous church in Valencia (Spain) is located in Plaza de Reina, the Cathedral of Valencia. It was built in late 1230-ish with Gothic and mix of Barque architecture […]

Valencia Beach at Night

It was Saturday night when we visited the beach area in Valencia (Spain). The beach was long, wide and huge. And it was not busy at night. The beach boulevard […]

Valencia’s Mercado Central

Born and raised in Jakarta (Indonesia), my experiences of food market visits were usually unpleasant. They were dirty and stink. My experience taught me the food market was the most […]

The Eye of Knowledge

  One of amazing architecture designs by Santiago Calatrava together with Félix Candela: Hemispheric Planetarium in Valencia (Spain). With the building’s reflection on the surrounding water pool, the building, and its reflection becomes […]