The tangles of the Port of Valencia were built in 1914 by engineers José María Fuster and Fausto Élio, within the Plan for the Expansion and Improvement of the Port of Valencia, which aimed to relaunch its export capacity.

Its architectural style is close to Valencian modernism, with the use of metal structures and modernist decoration that alludes to commerce and navigation, polychrome ceramic mosaics of fruit, etc.

The Shed No. 4 of the Marina de Valencia is one of the tangles that are preserved today, of the 6 that were built as warehouses for goods, vegetables and grain, mainly. At the time the construction of these entanglements came to symbolize progress and modernity.

They were bombed in the years of the Civil War and were subsequently restored, although the flood of 1957 again damaged them. They were declared Assets of Local Significance of the city.

Specifically, the Shed No. 4 It was ceded a few years ago by the City Council to the Autonomous Administration, for use as a pit area and VIP area in the Formula 1 Grand Prix, which was held in Valencia between 2008 and 2012. In that year its activity was paralyzed.

Subsequently, this tangle, which has an area of 9,000 square meters, was returned to the Valencia City Council and has been rehabilitated to use it for cultural uses, following the line of the Strategic Plan of the Marina.

Within the recovery plan of the Marina de València to convert tangles into scenarios for new citizen projects, the idea is that Cobert 4 becomes a flexible cultural space that hosts large-format cultural events.

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Valencia Marina, Moll de Ponent
46024 Valencia