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All about Spain
Transcript of All about Spain
The Aqueduct of Segovia must have been one of the most important of the Roman world. Today is the universal symbol of the city and is on his heraldic emblem.
Although the most important remains have been found belonging to the Roman period, it is certain that there were settlements of people vacceos, Celtiberian origin, whose capital would have been Pallantia. During the Roman Empire was an important enclave since even minted coin. There is little documentation regarding the Visigoth and Muslim rule became offering little resistance. He joined hands again Christian and repopulate from the capture of Toledo in 1085. Since that time would be considered one of the major cities of Castilla. In Segovia proclaimed as Queen Isabella of Castile, in 1474. No doubt, the image is linked to Segovia Aqueduct, but the city has numerous attractions for the traveler, not just its imposing monumentality, but also its privileged location, its cultural activities and traditions and gastronomy. Aqueduct of Segovia Subject: English
Teacher: Fanny Viera
"All about Spain" Colegio Garcia Flamenco Students:
-Alexandra Ramirez #23
-Gabriela Monterroza #17
-Mercedes Angel #1 Date: Friday, October 12th, 2012 Grade:
6th Grade "A"
The first introduction of a product to ancient Iberia was that of wheat. Wheat was thought to be brought by Iberians from the south of the peninsula. It was perhaps brought from Aquitaine, due to the difficulty of transporting from the south]. In time, the wheat of Iberia came to be considered to be the best in the Roman Empire, and became one of the main commodities of foreign trade. The Romans' early approval of wheat led to its spread from Spain to Greece and Egypt and easterly parts of Russia. There were two major kinds of diet peninsula. One was found in the northwest part of the peninsula, with more animal fats, that correspond to the husbandry of the north. The other could be considered the precursor of the Mediterranean diet and was found in the southerly parts of the peninsula. Spanish Cuisine. Spain Culture The culture of Spain is a European culture based on a variety of historical influences, primarily that of Ancient Rome. Spain is a Western country. Because of the great strength of the Roman heritage in almost every aspect of Spanish life, Spain is often described as a Latin country. Nevertheless, there have been many influences on many aspects of Spanish life, from art and architecture to cuisine and music, from many countries across Europe and from around the Mediterranean, through its long history.
By the end of the 19th and 20th centuries, the Spaniards made expressions of cultural diversity easier than it had been for the last seven centuries. This occurred at the same period that Spain became increasingly drawn into a diverse international culture. Holidays in Spain.
Dos de Mayo:
It marks the anniversary of an uprising against French troops on May 2, 1808.
French troops occupied a large part of Spain in early 1808. They gained control of Madrid on March 23, 1808. The people of Madrid rebelled against the occupation on May 2, 1808. The French troops brutally repressed the rebellion. These events sparked the Spanish War of Independence that lasted until April 17, 1814.
The autonomous community of Madrid is in the middle of Spain. It has borders with the Spanish autonomous communities of Castile-La Mancha and Castile and León. The Madrid region became an autonomous community of Spain on March 1, 1983. May 2 has been celebrated as the Day of the Autonomous Community of Madrid since 1983. The most popular sports in Spain are football and basketball.
Football is the most popular sport in Spain.
Barcelona and Real Madrid are the most successful Spanish clubs, in both the national league and continental competitions. They have won a combined 13 European Cups/Champions League titles and were runners-up 3 times each. Real Madrid is the most successful in Europe, having won it a record 9 times and the UEFA Cup twice, while FC Barcelona was the only team to achieve a Sextuple, in the year 2009. In La Liga's 80-year history (sans the 3 seasons that the league was suspended due to the civil war), Barça and Real Madrid have won 51 titles between them. Over the years, Spanish clubs have won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 7 times and UEFA Europa League 6 times. Sport in Spain. Spain Traditional Costumes Its mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar, to which Spain lays claim; to the north and north east by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay; and to the northwest and west by the Atlantic Ocean and Portugal Spain Spain is a sovereign state and a member of the European Union located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Spain is openly multilingual. Spanish officially recognized in the constitution as Castilian is the official language of the entire country, and it is the right and duty of any Spaniard to know the language. The other official languages of Spain, co-official with Spanish are:
Basque: in the Basque Country and Navarre;
Catalan: in Catalonia
Galician in Galicia
In the tourist areas of the Mediterranean coast and the islands, English and German are widely spoken by tourists, foreign residents, and tourism workers. Languages
San Isidro's Feast Day
One of the most popular holidays in Madrid, San Isidro's Feast Day is held on May 15 to celebrate this widely revered saint. Of the many miracles attributed to this patron saint, the best-known is the one in which San Isidro's son was saved through meditation after falling into a well. According to some hagiographers, the water level in the well rose to the surface, allowing the boy to float to the top. On this day, the image of San Isidro is paraded through the streets, along with the image of his wife, in a long fiesta that begins first thing in the morning. Dos de Mayo San Isidros Day Traje de Flamenca:
The traje de flamenca is the most characteristic visual element of flamenco. It is a long dress that reaches to the ankle, and which is adorned with ruffles in both the skirt and sleeves. It is typically brightly colored and may be either plain or patterned, with the most typical being the polka dotted traje de lunares. Traditionally, the outfit is worn with hair up in a bun and is accompanied by a mantle worn over the shoulders. Barretina:
is a traditional hat that was frequently worn by men in parts of the Christian cultures of the Mediterranean sea such as Catalonia, the Valencian Community, the Balearic Islands, Provence, Corsica, Sicily, Sardinia, part of Naples, part of the Balkans and parts of Portugal.In Catalonia and Ibiza, men wore barretina until the 19th century, especially in rural areas. It is in the form of a bag, made of wool, usually red, or sometimes purple. Peineta:
Is a large decorative comb usually worn under a mantilla, or lace head covering. The hair ornament, worn by women, consists of a convex body and a set of teeth that affix it to hair worn in a bun. The peineta was once made of tortoise shell, but is now usually made of synthetic materials such as acrylic or plastic. (Principal Topic) Spanish cuisine consists of a variety of dishes, which stem from differences in geography, culture and climate. It is heavily influenced by seafood available from the waters that surround the country, and reflects the country's deep maritime roots. Spain's extensive history with many cultural influences has led to an array of unique cuisines with literally thousands of recipes and flavors. It is also renowned for its health benefits and fresh ingredients, as Mediterranean diet. Dos de Mayo San Isidro´s Feast