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Copy of La geografia de Espana!!!!!!

Spanish Project with Lauren for Volpe involving the geography of Spain

Taylor Kosnik

on 14 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of La geografia de Espana!!!!!!

Geografía española y las regiones
To do:
-Capital of each one
-How each government interacts with main government
-Talk about regions as a whole
-Specify a few

Capital: Seville (Sevilla)

Tiene mucha gente
Cerca de la mar
Capital: Toledo
Castilla- la Mancha
Castilla y La Mancha
Capital: Toledo
Ciudad Real
Madrid es la capital de espana
y es a la central de
la Iberian Penisula
Madrid is muy popular
y tiene mucha gente
Don Quijote de la mancha
es un hombre famoso porque èl luchè con los molinos vientos
la estatua de Don Quixote es en madrid
los molinos vientos son en mucahs lugares de castilla- la mancha

Works cited:

Geography of Spain
Located in southwestern Europe
Accounts for 84% of the Iberian Peninsula
Borders the Bay of Biscay and the Mediterranean Sea
To the south lie the Straights of Gibraltar, which separate Europe from Africa
Spain and Morocco are only separated by 13km
Capital city: Madrid
Temperate climate
Clear, hot summers and cloudy, cold winters in interior
Moderate and cloudy summers and partly cloudy and cool winters along coast
Geological Features
Pyrenees Mountains
Extends 435 km from the Mediterranean Sea to the Bay of Biscay
Forms a natural border between France and Spain
Separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of Europe
Named after Pyrene, a princess from an Ancient Greek myth
Ebro River
Longest river in Spain
910 km long
Flows from the Cantabrian Mountains in the northwest to a delta on the Mediterranean coast
Receives water from more than 200 tributaries
Spanish Terrain

Spain is mostly made up of large, flat plateau
Surrounded by rugged hills
Mount Teide
The highest point in Spain (3,718 m)
Third highest volcano in the world at 7,500 m from its base on the ocean floor
Active volcano
Most recent eruption - 1909
Part of Teide National Park
Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Spain
It is one of the most popular party destinations in all of Europe
During the summer, Ibiza’s population doubles due to tourists arriving to enjoy nightclubs, beach bars, and restaurants
Home to beautiful beaches and receives more than 300 days of sunshine per year
Population of approximately 75,000
Endless parties in the summer
Visited by about 2.8 million tourists a year

Tourist Attractions
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Football stadium in Madrid, Spain
Inaugurated on December 14, 1947
Owned by Real Madrid Club de Fútbol
Capacity: 85,454 spectators

Spain: 2010 World Cup Champions
Palace and fortress
Situated on a plateau (al-Sabika) overlooking the city of Granada in southern Spain
On the left bank of the river Darro
Constructed in the 14th century by Nasrid sultans
Called the Alhambra because of its reddish walls (in Arabic, qa'lat al'Hamra means Red Castle)
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