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The Plaza de Vila

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The Plaza de Vila

The oldest name of this square is Plaza de la Ferreria (Blacksmith Square), and later it was know as the Plaza de la Fruita (Fruit Square) because of the market that used to be held here. According to Gaston Vuillier, a French writer who visited the island in the autumn of 1889, in this square, from 10 am to 11 am on Friday – the alms day – the poor folks of the town would assemble, hoping to receive donations. On the right hand side, going up a kind of inclined ramp you will reach the Sant Joan bulwark.

The Plaza de Vila
Spain Monuments

Carrer Comte de Rosselló, 1, Eivissa

Neighborhood: Ibiza
Nearby Places The Plaza de Vila

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