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The webcam shows a view of the Albir beach and the Sierra Helada rocks.

In real time, you can enjoy the Mediterranean palm trees, equipped promenade, golden rocks. This well-groomed and cozy town wins the hearts of travelers, even if you just watch the online broadcast.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Valencia, whose webcams are available on the site, was an industrialized city.

The production of seasoned hides and leather was of great importance, the woodworking, metallurgical and food sectors developed. Small enterprises prevailed, but mechanization was introduced every day.
The First World War seriously affected the economy of Valencia, export collapsed, which led to uncontrolled price increases and depreciation of markets. In 1917, riots broke out in the form of a general strike, which lasted several weeks. In 1919 and 1920, the demonstrations were repeated, and this time there were clashes between civilians and law enforcement officials.
The establishment of the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera in 1923 stopped the social conflict for several years, but political radicalization grew. The labor movement consolidated its union organization, while the conservative sectors rallied around the Valencian regional right.
In 1933 the Conservative Party came to power. An atmosphere of confrontation between increasingly radical positions of political parties marked the 1936 elections, which were won by the Popular Front.

In the early sixties, the economic recovery began, and in Valencia, whose webcams broadcast picturesque views of the corners of the city, began to flourish.

In 1975, the process of democratic transition began. The adoption of the Spanish Constitution of 1978, the state of autonomy provided for in it and the transfer of powers to the Valencian Community are important milestones in recent history.
However, this process was threatened by an attempted coup d'état by Captain General Milans del Bosch, polarized in Valencia, which took place on February 23, 1981. But this was unsuccessful.

Over the past two decades, Valencia, whose webcams can be found on the site, has undergone a brilliant transformation.

Symbolic projects such as the Turia Gardens, Palau de la Musica City of Arts and Sciences or Cabecera Park have defined the Valencians and their city and are attracting more and more tourists. Along with this, infrastructure and services are being developed. Quality public facilities make Valencia a modern city in Spain.
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