L'Alcora

L'Alcora

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Valencian ceramics are synonymous with tradition, artistry and economic growth. Discover the history of this rich Valencian artform and explore the towns where manufacturing is focused.
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In the region of L'Alcalatén, at the foot of the second highest peak in the Region of Valencia, is Alcora, known internationally for its ceramics since the eighteenth century. Pieces produced at the kilns of the Real Fábrica de Loza y Porcelana del Conde Aranda, competed with those of greater fame in the continent, reaching the primary markets of Spain, Europe, and America.
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The Region of Valéncia is rich in festivals and deep-rooted traditions, many of them with a marked religious character celebrated throughout the year, with Holy Week gathering a massive number of events. Among the many celebrations, the "Rompida de la Hora" of l'Alcora, in Castellón, is undoubtedly one of the most resounding. On Good Friday, at noon, the crucial moment of Holy Week takes place.
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The mountainous landscape predominates in the region of l'Alcalatén, presided over by the imposing massif of Penyagolosa, the highest peak in the province and the second one of the Region of Valencia. A vast rural territory where rainfed crops, wineries, beautiful landscapes, and places full of history abound.

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