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Español Dos Presentación de mi país

Abrielle Sommers

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Madrid Crystal Falls España es el segundo más grande país de Europa Sevilla Cosas Para Hacer en Sevilla Detos Interesantes sobre Madrid: bullfights
blah blah blah Exchange Rate: 1.00 USD = 0.75 €
1.34 USD = 1.00 € We begin our adventure in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, or Da Yoop. Home to yoopers, cheeseheads, and a few apple knockers who escaped the trolls.
Many of you are probably wondering what grand adventure are we going on...

Pues ya aprenderemos!!! We are headed to O'Hare International Airport... ¡Qué interesante! We board our flight and travel over the Atlantic Ocean ...y nosotros llegamos en ¡Nosotros tocamos un avion y
viajamos sobre el Océano Atlántico a Europa! Madrid has a population of over 3 million people el capital de España La moneda que se usa en España es el euro. Datos Interesantes de Madrid Hay cosas muchas hacer en Madrid.
Ves corrida de toros.
Comes comida local.
Viajas norte y ves Santiago Bernabéu In Spain bullfighting is considered a fine art.
It can be traced back to 2000 BC.
Unlike domestic bulls, these bulls do not have to be trained to charge nor are they starved or tortured to make them savage. The animals selected for the corrida are allowed to live a year longer than those assigned to the slaughterhouse. Bulls to be fought by novilleros (beginners) are supposed to be three years old and those fought by full matadors are supposed to be at least four. Barcelona Cosas Para Hacer la segunda más grande ciudad en España Mar Cantábrico Mar Mediterráneo Océano Atlántico Francia Portugal España Golfo de Vizcaya Estados Unidos El Mundo España covers 85% of the Iberian Peninsula
Major cities: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and Sevilla
España is politically known as the Kingdom of Spain: Reino de España
España tiene ochenta y ocho estadios Datos Interesantes de España Lugares Interesantes Naturales en España 5 USD = 3.71 €
10 USD = 7.34 € A better idea of the exchange rate... The national coat of arms has four quadrants to display the emblems of the traditional kingdoms of Spain. The top left represents Castile. The top right represents Leon. The bottom right represents Navarre and the bottom left represents Aragon. The two columns represents the Pillars of Hercules. The columns bear the imperial motto "Plus Ultra" which means further beyond; referring to Spanish lands beyong Europe. El Fin It is the highest capital in Europe
According to FIFA, Real Madrid FC is the world's most successful football club of the 20th century.
Their stadium is called Bernabéu, and is located in Chamartín in the North of Madrid.
The capacity is 85,000 spectators. Santiago Bernabéu Este estadio holds over 85,000 people Este estadio was built in 1947 Comida Tradicional Paella: It originated in the fields of a region called Valencia on the eastern coast of Spain. Today paella is made in every region of Spain, using just about any kind of ingredient that goes well with rice. There are as many versions of paella as there are cooks. It may contain chicken, pork, shellfish, fish, eel, squid, beans, peas, artichokes or peppers. Saffron, the spice that also turns the rice a wonderful golden color is an essential part of the dish. When visiting Spain try plain roast lamb (cordero asado) or milk-fed baby lamb (cordero lechal). Si yo pudiera ir allí, ¿qué haría? Spanish Pyrenees Mountain Range spans from the Cantabrian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. The mountains spans over 450 km of land. Jamón serrano and jamón ibérico are dry-cured Spanish hams that are served in thin slices and are a typical Spanish food. Jamón serrano is named after the custom of drying the salted and cured ham in a shed high on the mountain (sierra in Spanish, or serrano when used to classify the ham). While jamón serrano is typically made from the Landrace white pig, jamón ibérico, which is much more expensive, is made from black Iberian pigs, and often called jamón de pata negra (black hoof). Despite their differences, both jamones are deliciously salty and savory examples of Spanish cuisine! Another traditional Spanish food, queso manchego is typically eaten together with jamón serrano or ibérico. Queso manchego is a sheep’s milk cheese from the La Mancha region of Spain. It is firm and buttery and a wonderful complement to many Spanish dishes. Tapas is a great Spanish food tradition composed of small dishes of different types of food, like appetizers or snacks. The dishes may be cold (jamón serrano, queso manchego, olives, etc.) or warm (tortilla española, meatballs, etc.) and can be served as bar food or as complete meals. It’s a great opportunity to taste a whole variety of flavors and dishes, so if you are ever in Spain make sure to order tapas and experience what the country has to offer! Another great typical Spanish food is the tortilla española. The tortilla is an omelette-like potato dish, fried in olive oil, and served as a tapa. It is a filling and flavorful dish (with the addition of chopped onions) and can be served in slices, warm or cold. Pulpo a la Gallega (Galician octopus) is Galicia's signature dish. The octopus is boiled and then garnished with paprika, rock salt and olive oil. The flavor is subtle and inoffensive but the texture might put some people off.
Octopus actually has two textures - the inner muscle is slightly chewy, while the exterior (where the suckers are) is very slippery. Gazpacho: Often described as a cold soup, I prefer to call it a 'liquid salad'. Tomato based, with cucumber, green pepper, garlic, olive oil and salt. Delicious in the summer. Spain covers over 492,503 square kilometers.
central plateau known as the Meseta Central
610-760 meters in elevation
enclosed by high mountains on its north, south, east, and part of its western sides
Sistema Central mountain range splits the Meseta Central into northern and southern subregions El Camino Del Rey- The most dangerous hike in the world! Natural Landmark In Navarra Spain I would love to see a bullfight. Although many people think it is cruel I think it would present much insight to the Spanish culture and traditions.
Visit a beach, and eat some of the local cuisine.
I especially want to try churros con chocolate and roast lamb! :)
...and of course I would visit at least one of the famous cathedrals. Visitas una playa Visitas a Catedral de Santa Eulalia The path was originally constructed in 1905 for workers of a hydro eletric damn set up in the cliffs of El Chorro. Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas Bullfights are held every Sunday starting in March and ending in October.
The Feria de San Isidro is the most important event with regards to bullfighting.
2nd most important event is Feria de Otoño, which marks the end of the bullfighting season toward the end of September and the beginning of October. This bullring arena holds 25,000 people and is the largest bullring in Spain. Ticket price ranges from 10 € to 100 €. Also known as the Barcelona Cathedral
Gothic Architecture
Completed in 1450 Visitas a Sagrada Família Started in 1882 and is projected to be finished in 2026 Parque de Maria Luisa, Seville, Spain Plaza de Espana Alcazar Casa de la Memoria de Al-Andalus Vas a ... La Historia de España Las Advanturas de Tadeo Jones Una pelicula de Espana pero esperan... During the 16th century Spain become the most powerful country in Europe

1000 - 1400

(1013) Spain seperated into small kingdoms
(1085) Christian kingdom took over Toledo
(1137) Kingdom of Aragon formed
(1160-63) Muslim sect took control of Al-Andalus
(1212) Reconquista eliminated Moorish rule
(1248) Fernando III of Castille captured Seville
(1469) Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile marry, brought much needed stability
(1478) The Catholic Spanish Inquisition began
(1492) Granada captured, Moors defeated; Christopher Columbus began voyages of discovery

1700 - 1800

(1702-14) War of Spanish Succession; Bourbon dynasty accepted Spanish throne
(1808-14) Peninsular War against Napoleon
(1898) Spanish-American five-month War; Spain lost colonies including Cuba, Guam and Puerto Rico BC

(12000 BC) Stone Age hunters painted sophisticated cave art near Santander
(1100 BC) Southern Iberia colonized by Phonecians
(228 BC) Carthaginians occupied southern Iberia
(218-220 BC) Iberian Peninsula taken over by Romans in Second Punic War

74 AD - 900 AD

(74) Roman citizenship given to inhabitants of Iberia
(237) Carthage invaded the Iberian Peninsula
(711) Iberia invaded by Muslim army
(756) Cordoba, capital of new independent Emirate, formed in Iberia
(913) Christians set up capital in Leon after northern Spain territories are retaken La Continuacion De Historia La Continuacion De Historia 1900
(1931) Spain became a Republic
(1936-39) Francisco Franco forces victorious in Spanish Civil War; dictatorship established
(1959) ETA established - a soon to be powerful Basque Fatherland and Freedom group
(1968) West African colony of Spanish Guinea granted independence as Equatorial Guinea
(1973) Basque nationalists assassinated Prime Minister Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco in Madrid
(1975) Franco died, Juan Carlos de Borbon declared king. Spain became a constitutional monarchy
(1977) Democratic elections held
(1978) Spain's new constitution established a parliamentary monarchy
(1981) Military coup failed
(1982) Spain joined NATO
(1986) Spain joined EEC
(1992) Barcelona hosted Summer Olympic games; Seville hosted Expo 92
(1995) Spain joined European Community
(1996) Jose Maria Aznar became Prime Minister
(1998) Donana National Park severely contaminated by a toxic waste spill 2000
(2000) ETA responsible for Madrid car bombings
(2002) All currency replaced by the Euro; Oil tanker spill on north coast
(2003) 62 Spanish peacekeepers returning from Afghanistan killed in plane crash in Turkey
(2004) Islamic terrorists attacked Atocha train station in Madrid with bombs; 191 people killed, hundreds injured; Zapatero elected Prime Minister, Spanish troops left Iraq
(2005) Madrid car bombing killed 40
(2006) ETA declared ceasefire; Over 20,000 illegal immigrants from Africa arrived in the Canary Islands
(2007) Spanish Embassy in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, struck by grenade; seven people hurt at Running of the Bulls; forest fires on two Canary Islands forced 11,000 to evacuate
(2008) Plane crash in Madrid killed 153; Historical Memory Law passed, people (approx. 500,000) who had to flee Spain during Civil War have right to apply for Spanish citizenship ¡hay más! La Cultura
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