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You can't help but get excited about going on Cheap Spain Holidays as the country has been cited as the top ten countries in the world with the highest quality of life. A closer look at its structures like the Roman Theatre which has been cited as a UNESCO World Heritage Site during your Cheap Spain Holidays would give you a view of a building constructed in the 16th and 15th century B.C. The morality of the Theatre was questioned after Christianity abandoned it. Yet, it remains one of Spain's most extensive archaeological sites.
The City of Arts and Sciences will be your next Spain Cheap Holidays destination. It will bring you to a complex with architectural and entertainment attractions including La'Hemisferic, the Prince Felipe Museum of the Sciences which was inaugurated by Valencia president Eduardo Zaplana, the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia and the La'Oceanographic. You will realize during your Spain Cheap Holidays that with all the beautiful structures at the complex, the 150 million euro that went into its construction was well worth it.
Your Cheap Spain Holidays will bring you to the Auditorio de Tenerife "Adan Martin" which was built between 1997 and 2003. The structure was designed following the late 20th century modern architectural style. Check out during your Cheap Spain Holidays if the post office still has the 2008 set of stamps which depicted Audiorio de Tenerife on its face along with the other symbols of Spanish architecture.
Your next Spain Cheap Holidays destination will be the PS10 Solar Plant near Seville. You will discover during your Spain Cheap Holidays that the 35-million euro 11 megawatt solar power plant is aided by heliostats or 624 large movable mirrors in producing electricity. Each of the 1,291-square foot-mirror catches the rays of the sun at a 40-storey tower which is equipped with a solar receiver and a steam turbine. While the plant produces power that is three times more expensive than those produced by more conventional sources, it is expected to go down later on.