The artists, designers and upcyclers who are re-creating Valencia

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You see a whole new side of Valencia at dawn, once the old town’s bars are empty but before all the tourists show up at the Torres de Serranos medieval city gates. Head out even before café owners set out the chairs and open the parasols on Plaza de la Virgen, the square where the Romans founded Valencia 2000 years ago. Today it’s often bustling as people gather round the fountain adorned with figures. At sunrise, David de Limón is alone in Barrio del Carmen, the city’s oldest quarter. For him, the draw of the early hour is not the stately buildings, or the cathedral that combines the city’s p…

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