Good old internet, where would we be without it? I do wonder about neighbourhoods and street names so its good that sometimes we can actually look informed and knowledgable about our great city, so here’s just a little copy and paste and let’s have a big hand for Mr Wiki.. . It is known that in 1424 there was a fountain to the south of Ruzafa that belonged to the knight Francisco Corts, civil governor of the Kingdom of Valencia, that fountain was called “Font d’En Corts” Various properties were attributed to its waters, both when drinking them and when bathing in them .This fountain also gave its name to the Carrera de En Corts, which is one of the four that give its name to the district of Quatre Carreres and which ran from Ruzafa to La Punta and Pinedo. In 1877 En Corts, together with the entire territory of the former municipality of Ruzafa, became part of the municipality of Valencia. . Since the 1960s this area began to be urbanised, and today the neighbourhood is fully integrated into the urban fabric of the city of Valencia and there is no record of the source that gave it its place name other than in the name of some streets.. . Nice.. . So, this apartment is there and its pretty good, M2, decent renovation, balcony you can actually go on and close to you know where , so definitely worth a look and sensibly priced. . . Next time we will discuss Ruben Vela, who is either a poet or an accordion player, I’ll let you know.
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