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Basílica san Vicente Ferrer, Valencia

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
Admire the impressive neo-Gothic facade, towers, and ornate interior of Basílica san Vicente Ferrer, and pay your respects to missionary and logician St. Vincent Ferrer. Ordained as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, St. Vincent was a Venetian Dominican friar. The basilica was erected in 1906 to commemorate him, and includes a dramatic exterior and interior. Enter to view the stained-glass windows throughout the structure, which pay homage to his work. The church has a Latin cross plan with five naves; the main nave features elegant pointed arches and Corinthian capitals. The facade has two impressive towers, each 39 m (128 ft) in height, with needle-like spires at the top. To visit Basílica san Vicente Ferrer on your holiday in Valencia, and find out what else Valencia has to offer, use our Valencia itinerary maker.
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  • A great representative of Catholicism. Fairly accurate outside and solemn inside. If you raise your head, being in the Center, you can see the huge dome and the Sun's rays piercing it. In Valencia, many monuments and ecclesiastical buildings, but here, it seemed to me, rarely tourists, this temple for the local population.
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  • Very nice basilica but very small. Nice rooftop and paintings. Very much jewelry aswell. If your in the Plaza it's worth your while. 
  • When I paid a visit to Valencia had the opportunity to meet this Basilica, very pretty has a very interesting history where the chalice that was used in the Lord's Supper, has several magazines that report several stories. It's worth making a visit that can take more than 1 hour really very beautiful. I loved it and I hope to return there one day.
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  • A beautiful Basilica on the outside and on the inside. Architecture is the key of its charm.
  • All the solemnity and importance of the neo-Gothic in a neighborhood church. Serenity and proportions. Severity and collegiate wisdom.
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  • Basilica Of Saint Vincent Ferrer. St. Vincent is the patron of the city of Valencia. Born in Valencia, Spain and was buried in the Cathedral of Vannes, France. The Church was built in the early 20th century.
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