Valencia, Spain

By: Christian and Mihir

History on Valencia

Valencia was founded in 138 B.C, and it was founded by the Romans. It was used as a Roman colony under the name Valentia. It is one of the oldest and historical cities in Spain. Valencia is located on the East side of spain on the coast. It is located in Europe.

Government of Valencia

The system of government in Spain is Parliamentary Democracy.

Language

People in Spain speak Spanish, so in Valencia the language spoken is Spanish

Currency in Valencia

Valencia has a very common unit of currency. Most of Europe uses this currency. They use the Euro.

Geography of Valencia

Population-

Valencia:809, 267

Spain: 47 Million


Climate-

Yearly Temperature: 72 F

Yearly mean temperature: 64 F

Yearly minute temperature: 56 F

Sports Played in Valencia

Valencia has many sports teams. They have a soccer(football) team which is the most popular sport to watch/ play in Valencia.

Attractions-Llotja de la Seda

Llotja de la Seda is a late Valencian Gothic stlye civic building, Built in the Fifteen hundreds, and its one of the biggest attracions of the city Valencia. We have picked this place to visit because it is very old and historical, it is also very popular and interesting.

Attractions-L'Oceanogràfic

L'Oceanogràfic is an aquarium full of ocean life, it represents alot of marine life habitats. It is a great place to take your family or self because it's a lot of fun, and a time that you wouldn't forget.

Attractions-City of Arts and Sciences

City of Arts and Sciences is a popular sightseeing place to visit in Valencia. This building was specifically built to make students in Science and Art. This is a privilege to study or work at. And it is a very fascinating place to visit.

Attractions- Bioparc Valencia

Bioparc Valencia is huge zoo located in the city. It showcases alot of wildlife and exotic animals. It is very beautiful, and there is an abundance of educational value from going on a trip to this zoo. Bioparc Valencia is a great way too enjoy while yet learn a ton about animals and their habitats. It truly is a great place!