One of the restoration projects currently underway is the Valeriola Palace. This building, located in an iconic enclave in Valencia’s Old Town (Carrer de la Mar street) is of neoclassical style and was built in the early 17th Century.
It is currently undergoing a comprehensive restoration in order to protect and secure the structure, on which the future Hortensia Herrero Art Centre will be built. The works to recover its splendour are being carried out by the Valencian architectural studio ERRE Arquitectura. In addition to its future value as an Art Centre, this restoration project means the recovery of a unique building in Valencia’s Old Town. Once the restoration is finished, visitors will be able to contemplate the remains of the Jewish quarter and part of the ruins of the Roman Circus, located at the lower level of the Palace.