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The arenae of Valence (in Spanish: Plaza of toros of Valencia; in valencien: Puts of Boil with Valčncia) in Spain being constructed between 1850 and on 1860.

Valence (Valčncia in valencien, Valencia in Castilian) is a city of Spain, located east of the country, on the Mediterranean coast. Having founded in 138 before Christ by the Roman consul Decimus Junius Brutus Callaicus under the name of Valentia Edetanorum, Valence becomes, in the Middle Ages, the capital of the kingdom of Valence.

Third city of Spain in terms of population with 814 208 inhabitants (inventory 2009), Valence is the capital of the valencienne Community and one of its three provinces, the province of Valence today. The metropolis of Valence includes 1 875 691 inhabitants. Having endowed with a remarkable architectural heritage, the city is notably known for its City of arts and sciences, in futuristic architecture.

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