Plaza de Manises is in the heart of "Ciutat Vella" (the old city) and is where aristocratic Caballeros street ends, coming from Plaza de la Virgen. It's a small square, though surrounded by beautiful and unique buildings which have been reformed and now house government offices. This is the case for the Palacio de Batlia palace which is practically touching the Palacio del Marqués de la Scala (15th and 16th centuries), now housing the central government's representative offices in Valencia. Another building worth note is the Palacio de la Generalitat, built in the 15th century and a good example of Valencian gothic architecture, currently the seat of the Autonomous Community of Valencia's government.
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