A large number of modernist buildings were built along this avenue during the 19th and 20th centuries, a few of which are still standing. This was during the bourgeois expansion of the city. It is still lined with plane trees, but only a few of the gardens have hedges. Casa Juncosa (1903 by José de Yarza) and Casa Retuerta (1904 by Juan Francisco Gómez) - at numbers 11 and 13 - are striking, and both have been declared National Monuments. They have vegetable motifs and wrought-iron balconies. What Napoleon could not achieve some mayors did through speculation. This is also a good shopping area.
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- Nearest Train: Bus: 31, 33, 23