"La Llonja" dates back to 1482, and became a symbol of Valencia's Golden Age as well as one of the key institutions of commerce in the Mediterranean. During the city's development in the 15th century, its textile industry began to enjoy such reknown that traders from multiple continents came to buy and sell here. This remains one of the most important non-religious examples of Gothic architecture in all of Spain and a triumph of Valencia's bourgeoisie, with its central jewel the Hall of Contracts (also known as the Hall of Columns). In fact, it holds UNESCO World History status.
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