Cort e palau de Rey. The Real Palace of Valencia in the medieval epoch
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Serra Desfilis, Amadeo Perfil
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The Real palace [palau del Real] of Valencia was demolished in 1810 by order of the local authorities facing the menace of the French imperial army, but it had been until then one of the major historical buildings, comparable with other royal residences in capital cities of the Crown of Aragon. Archaelogical evidence, historical plans and views and, above all, abundant although scattered documentary sources allow us to retrace the main steps of its history, building and uses in the context of gothic architecture and to compare it with some other courts established in the Crown of Aragon and in Western Europe in 14th and 15th centuries. During this period, the Real was the scene of magnificence and an ensemble of apartments to entertain the royal family and their guests.

    Serra Desfilis, Amadeo 2007 Cort e palau de Rey. The Real Palace of Valencia in the medieval epoch Imago Temporis. Medium Aevum 1 1 121 148

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