Christmas in Valencia – The nativity scene in City

belen-de-la-catedral-de-valencia-461Typical clay figures and groundbreaking designs live births in the city. Associations, failures and convents offer Christmas scenes with hundreds of characters. We propose a route through the main city nativity scenes, where you can, for a moment, leaving the urban chaos and dive into a world populated by camels, shepherds, Roman and laundresses.

Valencian Association Nativity Scene Makers 2013

Known as “Bethlehem own light”, this Christmas creation that can be seen until January 6 at the Exhibition Hall of the Almoina, behind the Basilica. Tata is an assembly of over 300 classic figures, 15 square meters and 8 possible perspectives.

Valencia Cathedral

Bethlehem is one of about 12 meters long and consists of more than 400 pieces of classical style by the artist José Luis Catala.

Napolitan Nativity Scene Museum Gonzalez Marti National Ceramics

Art lovers should not miss one of the most traditional and prestigious nativity scenes of the city, consisting of 29 figures and dating from the eighteenth century.

Nativity submarine Scene in the Oceanographic of Valencia

The submerged Bethlehem will delight little ones and a new way of seeing this tradition for the elderly. All traditional Bethlehem figures but this time under water.

Nativity Scene in Town Hall

Town Hall Square has a very decorated and Christmas lighting ideal for a good walk in the pleasant company.

Fallas Nativity Scene

Nativity scenes recreated by the Fallas always fixed audience, fans who travel all the pairs to take note of the faller wit. This year come to 80 births in the annual contest participants, among which the Fault Na Day, Duke of Gaeta, Justo Villar Failure Market Failure Cabanyal and Plaza de la Merced.

Nativity of sand on the beach Malvarrosa

Seven groups of professional sand sculptures competing for the first prize in the first contest of sand nativity held at Malvarrosa beach.


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