Why do ceiling lights in Spain shine?
The ceiling light in Spain is known for its high-energy beams.
But this light comes with a price.
According to the Spanish government, its ceiling lights can emit a lot of harmful rays, which can cause eye irritation, damage eyesight and even lead to permanent eye damage.
It says the lights need to be changed every three months.
So, for example, the night of January 2 will now be marked by a special event at the Casa de la Independencia de la Ceiba, an indoor space in Madrid, to light up the ceiling for all to see.
The lighting has been designed by architects, including Juan Luis Sánchez, who also designed the iconic Castellano in Florence, Italy, which is decorated with a glass ceiling.
The ceiling lighting in Spain was created by the Spanish National Museum in Barcelona.
According the Museum, the light is a tribute to the original light bulbs of the ceiling.
The lights come with a rechargeable battery, so you can turn them on and off.
The lights are made of silver, with a clear glass casing, so they are safe for the eyes.
The ceiling is made from a thin layer of concrete, with no glass, to provide the light.
The Spanish Ministry of Culture and Tourism has said the lights are the best in Europe.
The ministry says the lamps have a lifespan of 100,000 hours, which means they have been tested over a lifetime of 100 years.