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Edificio de Correos, Valencia
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Come to Edificio de Correos to send off a few postcards; stay for the rich architectural details. Semicircular arches and double Ionic columns with allegorical figures on top adorn the main entrance, and crests from the provinces in Spain decorate the glass ceiling. Architect Miguel Angel Navarro designed the building, which was completed in 1922. Plan to visit Edificio de Correos during your Valencia vacation using our convenient Valencia vacation trip planner.
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  • It is curious that, in almost all the cities that have been important, post office buildings are always worth visiting. This is a consequence of the importance of the service in the past, and the importance given to it in each of those cities. In Valencia, the post office building, which is the time of exposure, gives a thorough idea of the riquec za of the Region. at that time A point in favor of the visit to the building is that it is still in use for which it was designed. Compare that situation with the Madrid system, which today is not more than a magnificent empty shell.
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  • This building was covered with netting but still couldn't hide its eclectic style and impressive looking two story façade w/ a main entrance flanked by double Ionic columns and arch topped w/ allegori...  more »
  • Guys as if people were whitening money for a service that you cargais a fee for each transfer, however your workers branded scammers to us recipients of transfers. No doubt a disgrace.
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  • This impressive building with graceful art nouveau decorations. It's noted on the western side of the town hall square. Fascinating both externally and internally, even in the evening! You can not see it because it is the ninth in a point of great passing @gargio76
  • Great building, the use is for post office. When you are inside you have to look up.
  • Not helpful whatsoever. I tried mailing an artisanal sword out here back to the United States, and they refused to help me. They also said that all the airlines would refuse to accept the sword, and that other mailing offices would refuse it too. They advised me to return it. They were idiots. First of all, I checked all of the airlines, and all of them allow you to bring swords, if and only if it's in a checked bag. Secondly, FedEX, UPS, and DHL are all more than willing to mail the blade back over to the United States, where it won't be confiscated. If you're interested in going, go. The building at least is beautiful. But don't expect anybody there to be helpful... they lack the mental capacity for it.
  • Forced visit for their architecture and inner beauty, above all, the dome.
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  • Honestly I was there on Sunday and then I saw it only from the outside. I admit that it's a beautiful building, full of ornaments and positioned in a beautiful environment. If it had been open, I don't think I would be entered.
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