It is difficult to go through the Town Hall of Valencia and not look at the Post Office building.
This building was built in 1922 as Post Office Palace in what was the old fishing district trying to dignify and sanitize these lands that were integrated into the new civic center of the city.
Today the building, with over eighty years of age, looks back at its best thanks to the recent restoration made today can all admire the imposing metal telecommunications tower 30 meters high.
If you look up and watch the great capitals of the columns, you’ll find one of the constants decorative building, a small envelope with wings and a subtle rays symbolizing communication systems prevailing at the time, the postal and telegraph.
In the front you will find a sculpture of five monumental figures representing an allegory symbolizing the five continents international communication.
In the area accessible to the public is a translucent glass dome that illuminates the entire room and whose outer perimeter can see the shields of the 48 Spanish provinces representing social and territorial cohesion of Spain at the time.
No doubt, a work of art to admire calmly.