Palace of the Marquis de Cabra
Palatial house belonging to José Jover and Maria Greppi, his daughter Maria Jover Greppi, after marrying D. Martin Belda, who won the title of Marquis de Cabra, would get the title of Marquise de Cabra, therefore, the house is known as Marquis de Cabra.
The housing is located in a charming square in the historic center: the Plaza Campoamor where is the Bas Relief Valentine ( Bajorrelieve de San Valentín ) (, it is one of the best examples of palatial aristocratic homes built during the neoclassicism. It is one of the purest and most monumental classicist buildings of the mid-nineteenth century, it has been restored. It emphasizes its monumental and elegant facade, where some of its historical elements observed in its cover and half Tuscan columns. The house is divided into two floors, the ground floor revolves around a patio lights and the first floor belongs to the noble part of the building. He stands outside his artistic ironwork on the balconies. Ends the building in a simple cornice.
The building is home to the Municipal Historical Archive.