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The origins of the Church and Tower of Santa Catalina in Valencia date back to the 12th century. Built on a previous mosque, in 1245 it had already acquired the rank of parish.
It is a Gothic temple; It stands out for its baroque, hexagonal tower, 49 meters high, built by Juan Bautista Viñes, who completed it in 1705. His majestic figure, at the end of the beautiful La Paz street, should not be confused with El Miguelete, a few meters away on the Plaza de la Reina next to the Cathedral of Valencia.