Quart Towers of Valencia
The Quart Towers (Torres de Quart, in spanish) are twin towers that were part of Valencia's medieval city walls and gateways to the city. The Quart Towers and Serranos Towers are the only parts of the wall that still remain. The rest was demolished in the nineteenth century to extend the old city of Valencia.
The Quart Towers were built between 1441 and 1460 in Late Gothic style and housed a women's prison in more than a century.
They Quart Towers were declared a National Monument in 1931. You can see the impact of gunfire caused during the War of Spanish Independence (1808-1814) on the walls.