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The academic year starts the first week of September and ends in late June. Classes are usually held Monday through Friday for 7—8 hours a day, but the schedule depends on the particular school's programme and the age of the student.
Studying Spanish is compulsory at all schools, including the international schools, and English is typically taught as a foreign language. The third largest city in Spain and the 24th most populous municipality in the European Union , Valencia has a population of ,  within its administrative limits on a land area of The urban area of Valencia extending beyond the administrative city limits has a population of between 1,,  and 1,, This growth in the foreign born population, which rose from 1.
There are also a number of well-preserved traditional Catholic festivities throughout the year. Holy Week celebrations in Valencia are considered some of the most colourful in Spain.
Valencia was once the site of the Formula One European Grand Prix , first hosting the event on 24 August , but was dropped at the beginning of the Grand Prix season, though still holds the annual Moto GP race at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo , usually that last race of the season in November.
It was listed as one of the four leading Spanish universities in the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities. Valencia is a bilingual city: Valencian and Spanish are the two official languages.
Spanish is official in all of Spain, whereas Valencian is official in the Valencian Community. Despite distinct dialectal traits and political tension between Catalonia and Valencia, Catalan and Valencian are mutually intelligible and considered two varieties of the same language by the linguistic academies and governments of both regions, just under different names.
Valencian has been historically de-emphasised in favour of Spanish. This situation also applies in the city of Alicante, population ,, the southernmost section of Alicante province with , inhabitants, and the traditionally Spanish-speaking population in the western regions of the Valencian Community.
Whereas the language has remained active in the rural, coastal and metropolitan areas which have a population of 3. After the Castille-Aragon unification , a Spanish-speaking elite established itself in the city.
The upper classes in Valenician favoured Spanish while the opposite was the case in Catalonia. In more recent history, the establishment of Franco 's military and administrative apparatus in Valencia further excluded Valencian from public life.
Valencian recovered its official status, prestige and use in education after the transition to democracy in However, due to industrialisation in recent decades, Valencia has attracted immigration from other regions in Spain, and hence there is also a demographic factor for its declining social use.
Due to a combination of these reasons, Valencia has become the bastion of anti-Catalan blaverism , which celebrates Valencian as merely folkloric, but rejects the existing standard which was adapted from Catalan orthography.
Spanish is currently the predominant language in the city proper . Due to the education system, most Valencians know Spanish and Valencian, and either can be used in the city.
Valencia is therefore the second biggest Catalan-speaking city after Barcelona. Institutional buildings and streets are named in Valencian.
The city is also home to many pro-Valencian political and civil organisations. Furthermore, education entirely in Valencian is offered in more than 70 state-owned schools in the city, as well as by the University of Valencia across all disciplines.
Valencia is famous for its gastronomic culture. Valencia was also the birthplace of the cold xufa beverage known as orxata , popular in many parts of the world, including the Americas.
The Falles Fallas in Spanish is an enduring tradition in Valencia and other towns in the Valencian Community ,  where it has become an important tourist attraction.
The festival began in the 18th century,  and came to be celebrated on the night of the feast day of Saint Joseph , the patron saint of carpenters, with the burning of waste planks of wood from their workshops, as well as worn-out wooden objects brought by people in the neighborhood.
This tradition continued to evolve, and eventually the parots were dressed with clothing to look like people—these were the first ninots , with features identifiable as being those of a well-known person from the neighborhood often added as well.
In the city inaugurated the awarding of prizes for the best Falles monuments,  and neighborhood groups still vie with each other to make the most impressive and outrageous creations.
Valencia is one of the oldest cities in Spain, founded in the Roman period, c. A few centuries later, with the power vacuum left by the demise of the Roman imperial administration, the Catholic Church assumed the reins of power in the city, coinciding with the first waves of the invading Germanic peoples Suevi , Vandals and Alans , and later the Visigoths.
The city surrendered to the invading Moors Berbers and Arabs about AD,  and the cathedral of Saint Vincent was turned into a mosque.
The Castilian nobleman Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, known as El Cid , in command of a combined Christian and Moorish army, besieged the city beginning in After the siege ended in May , he ruled the city and its surrounding territory as his own fiefdom for five years from 15 June to July The city remained in the hands of Christian troops until , when the Almoravids retook the city and restored the Muslim religion.
The Almoravid Masdali took possession on 5 May , then the Almohads , seized control of it in Many Jews lived in Valencia during early Muslim rule, including the accomplished Jewish poet Solomon ibn Gabirol , who spent his last years in the city.
When the city fell to James I of Aragon , the Jewish population of the city constituted about 7 percent of the population. In ,  King James I of Aragon , with an army composed of Aragonese , Catalans , Navarrese and crusaders from the Order of Calatrava , laid siege to Valencia and on 28 September obtained a surrender.
The city endured serious troubles in the midth century, including the decimation of the population by the Black Death of and subsequent years of epidemics — as well as a series of wars and riots that followed.
In , the Jewish quarter was destroyed. The 15th century was a time of economic expansion, known as the Valencian Golden Age, during which culture and the arts flourished.
Concurrent population growth made Valencia the most populous city in the Crown of Aragon. In painting and sculpture, Flemish and Italian trends had an influence on Valencian artists.
Valencia rose to become one of the most influential cities on the Mediterranean in the 15th and 16th centuries. However, following the discovery of the Americas, the Valencians, just like the Catalans, Aragonese and Majorcans, were unable to profit from participation in New World commerce due to their location far from the Atlantic coast.
With this loss of trade, Valencia eventually suffered an economic crisis. The crisis deepened during the 17th century with the expulsion in of the Jews and the Moriscos , descendants of the Muslim population that had converted to Christianity.
They were concentrated in the former Kingdom of Aragon , and in the Valencia area specifically, they constituted roughly a third of the total population.
The decline of the city reached its nadir with the War of Spanish Succession — , marking the end of the political and legal independence of the Kingdom of Valencia.
On 24 January , Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, 1st Earl of Monmouth , led a handful of English cavalrymen into the city after riding south from Barcelona, captured the nearby fortress at Sagunt, and bluffed the Spanish Bourbon army into withdrawal.
The English held the city for 16 months and defeated several attempts to expel them. After the victory of the Bourbons at the Battle of Almansa on 25 April , the English army evacuated Valencia and Philip V ordered the repeal of the privileges of Valencia as punishment for the kingdom's support of Charles of Austria.
The Valencian economy recovered during the 18th century with the rising manufacture of woven silk and ceramic tiles.
The 18th century was the age of the Enlightenment in Europe, and its humanistic ideals influenced such men as Gregory Maians and Perez Bayer in Valencia, who maintained correspondence with the leading French and German thinkers of the time.
The 19th century began with Spain embroiled in wars with France, Portugal, and England—but the War of Independence most affected the Valencian territories and the capital city.
The repercussions of the French Revolution were still felt when Napoleon's armies invaded the Iberian Peninsula. The mutineers seized the Citadel, a Supreme Junta government took over, and on 26—28 June, Napoleon's Marshal Moncey attacked the city with a column of 9, French imperial troops in the First Battle of Valencia.
He failed to take the city in two assaults and retreated to Madrid. Marshal Suchet began a long siege of the city in October , and after intense bombardment forced it to surrender on 8 January When he returned on 24 March from exile in France, the Cortes requested that he respect the liberal Constitution of , which seriously limited royal powers.
Ferdinand refused and went to Valencia instead of Madrid. Here, on 17 April, General Elio invited the King to reclaim his absolute rights and put his troops at the King's disposition.
The king abolished the Constitution of and dissolved the two chambers of the Spanish Parliament on 10 May.
Thus began six years — of absolutist rule, but the constitution was reinstated during the Trienio Liberal , a period of three years of liberal government in Spain from — City life in Valencia carried on in a revolutionary climate, with frequent clashes between liberals and republicans.
The reign of Isabella II as an adult — was a period of relative stability and growth for Valencia. During the second half of the 19th century the bourgeoisie encouraged the development of the city and its environs; land-owners were enriched by the introduction of the orange crop and the expansion of vineyards and other crops,.
This economic boom corresponded with a revival of local traditions and of the Valencian language, which had been ruthlessly suppressed from the time of Philip V.
Around , the Valencian Renaissance, a movement committed to the revival of the Valencian language and traditions, began to gain ascendancy.
In the early 20th century Valencia was an industrialised city. The silk industry had disappeared, but there was a large production of hides and skins, wood, metals and foodstuffs, this last with substantial exports, particularly of wine and citrus.
Small businesses predominated, but with the rapid mechanisation of industry larger companies were being formed.
The best expression of this dynamic was in the regional exhibitions, including that of held next to the pedestrian avenue L'Albereda Paseo de la Alameda , which depicted the progress of agriculture and industry.
World War I — greatly affected the Valencian economy, causing the collapse of its citrus exports. The Second Spanish Republic — opened the way for democratic participation and the increased politicisation of citizens, especially in response to the rise of Conservative Front power in The inevitable march to civil war and the combat in Madrid resulted in the removal of the capital of the Republic to Valencia.
On 6 November , the city became the capital of Republican Spain. The city was heavily bombarded by air and sea, and by the end of the war the city had survived bombardments, leaving 2, dead and wounded, although it is estimated that the death toll was higher.
The Republican government moved to Barcelona on 31 October of that year. On 30 March , Valencia surrendered and the Nationalist troops entered the city.
The postwar years were a time of hardship for Valencians. During Franco's regime speaking or teaching Valencian was prohibited; in a significant reversal it is now compulsory for every schoolchild in Valencia.
The dictatorship of Franco forbade political parties and began a harsh ideological and cultural repression countenanced  and sometimes even led by the Catholic Church.
The economy began to recover in the early s, and the city experienced explosive population growth through immigration spurred by the jobs created with the implementation of major urban projects and infrastructure improvements.
Johann Zarco has admitted that his number one priority going into Valencia is to keep hold of the top independent rider tag. Alex Rins admitted that he is reaping the rewards from of mid-season updates from the Suzuki factory.
Marc Marquez produced another masterful display for victory in Malaysia, as Valentino Rossi crashed out of the lead. Andrea Dovizioso said he thinks that Marquez and Vinales are the two riders with the pace to challenge him tomorrow.
Valentino Rossi said he is happy that the rain relented so he could qualify on the front row of the grid. Tyre gamble fails to pay off for Miller Dovizioso left confused by race pace Zarco targeting top independent rider place The reason of this was due to a proposed name change of the stadium to honor Luis Casanova Giner, the club's most successful president.
Giner admitted he was completely overwhelmed by such honour, but requested in that the original name of Mestalla remained.
In , the head office of the club, located in the back of the numbered terraces, was inaugurated. It consisted of an office of avant-garde style with a trophy hall, which held the founding flag of the club.
In the summer of , more goal seats, which meant the elimination of fourteen rows of standing terraces , were added to provide comfort. Club management also considered the possibility of moving the Mestalla from its present location, to land On the outskirts of the town, before deciding against it.
Mestalla also hosted the Spain national football team for the first time in All of Spain's matches up to the final were held at Mestalla, as they won Gold.
The —09 season was to have been the last season at the Mestalla, with the club moving to their new 75,seater stadium Nou Mestalla in time for the —10 season.
However, due to the club being in financial crisis,  work on the new stadium has since stopped. On 12 December , club president Manuel Llorente reached an agreement with Spanish banking conglomerate Bankia , which insured the financial security to resume work on the new stadium.
It was estimated that the stadium would be completed in two years and in time for the —15 season, though continued debt problems and the eventual stepping-down of Llorente in meant the fate of the new stadium was once again left up in the air as the club continued to look for ways to finance its completion.
The new design reduced the capacity to 61, There were also redesigns of the interior decoration. No date was given for when construction would commence.
Originally, Valencia's kit was composed of white shirts, black shorts and socks of the same colour. Through the years, however, these colours have alternated between white and black.
The away kit has been shades of orange in recent years while third alternate kits have featured colors from the club crest—yellow, blood orange and blue.
The team have also attracted smaller, local sponsors over the years. One example is Lamiplast , a Valencia-based furniture company. The club assigned D.
The anthem was premiered and had its official presentation at the 75th anniversary of the club on 21 September After the conquest, the King gave them the status of independent kingdoms of whom he was also the king but they were independent of Aragonese laws and institutions.
The arms of Valencia show those of James I. The unique crowned letters "L" besides the shield were granted by King Peter the Ceremonious.
The reason for the letters was that the city had been loyal twice to the King, hence twice a letter "L" and a crown for the king.
There are several possible explanations for the bat; one is that bats are simply quite common in the area. The second theory is that on 9 October , when James I was about to enter the city, re-conquering it from the Moors, a bat landed on the top of his flag, and he interpreted it as a good sign.
As he conquered the city, the bat was added to the arms. In May , it was reported that DC Comics had started a legal case against the club, claiming that the new bat image design was too similar to Batman.
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Alejandro Scopelli , the first foreigner to win a trophy with Valencia, the Fairs Cup. Claudio Ranieri managed Valencia on two occasions with mixed success.
Since May , Valencia CF has had a training centre, this is the first multidisciplinary training center for a football club in Spain.
The Training Centre Foundation Valencia CF "The Academy" offers university education,  classroom training, and online training related to sport and football soccer.
On the 90th anniversary of Valencia CF, The Academy opened with the University of Valencia the first university course that studied the history of a football club, Valencia CF is the first football club in Spain, object of study on college.
Valencia CF was an official partner of Panasonic Toyota Racing in until to commemorate Toyota as their shirt sponsor.
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