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List of Valencian trinquets

List of towns where there is a trinquet at the moment or there has been in the past. Bolded are the active trinquets.

Contents

  • In Valencia city 1
  • Around the Valencian Community 2
  • Abroad 3
  • See also 4

In Valencia city

  • Trinquet de Cavallers, at the street of that name.
  • Trinquet de Centelles, in the 16th century.
  • Trinquet d'En Ciurana, cited in 1571, at the Plaça de la Mercé.
  • Trinquet de l'Encarnació.
  • Trinquet dels Faigs, according to the Llibre d'Aveïnaments, 1505.
  • Trinquet de l'Hospital, next to the Porta del Reial and close to the bridge with the same name.
  • Trinquet de Juan de Mena, end of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century.
  • Trinquet Llevant del Grau, end of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century.
  • Trinquet de Mossén Olcina, cited in 1484.
  • Trinquet de Mossén Sanz.
  • Trinquet del Pavorde, according to the Llibre d'Aveïnaments, 1505.
  • Trinquet de Pelayo. The only one active right now.
  • Trinquet dels Pilons or dels Mascons, because the owners were the Mascons family. Located at the Carrer Ruiz de Lihory, cited in 1534.
  • Trinquet del Trabuquet. It was known as Trinquet del Bordell dels Negres before, and also as Trinquet de Mossén Cots. Cited in 1525.
  • Trinquet de Na Segarra. Placed at the Carrer de la tertúlia. It was called Trinquet de la Morera in the 18th century.
  • Polytechnic University of Valencia's trinquet.

Around the Valencian Community

Abroad

See also

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