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Transcript of Spain
By: Miranda Fagan
* Population: As of 2014 the population was 46.77 million.
* Climate: There are three different climate zones in Spain, due to its large size. Visitors can generally expect a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters.
Facts on Spain
-The majority of the population is Roman Catholic; however, other religion is practiced like Islam, Judaism, Protestantism, and Hinduism.
*The main language spoken in Spain is Spanish. The rest of the population speak in languages like Arabic, Romanian, English, German, French, Italian, and Portuguese.
Languages spoken in Spain
*The colors on the flag represent the colors of the original, old Spanish kingdom.
Sports in Spain
The main sport played in Spain is football, or what the United States call soccer. Some other sports include bullfighting, golf, tennis, and basketball.
Main or unusual foods is Spain
Pringa is a famous spanish dish. Its a mixture of pork, sausage, and beef and is cooked until the meat falls off easily.
Angules is a delicacy made of small baby eels usually served at holidays and can cost up to $500 a pound.
Random interesting facts about Spain
*The word "Spain" comes from the word "Ispania, which means "the Land of Rabbits."
*There is no tooth fairy in Spain but rather a tooth mouse.
*They also have the most bars out of all the countries in the EU.
Where is Spain?
Daily life in Spain
Major landmarks of Spain
One major landmark of Spain is the Plaza Mayor. This landmark is used for ceremonial events, public events, and even the crowning of a new king.
Some say Spain's days are longer. For example, a normal day tends to start at 10am with adults who work, with lunch between 2pm or 4pm.
Spain's crime rate is moderate; however, it does continue to rise. The highest and most common crime committed in Spain is people picking pockets and other kinds of theft.
Most people walk everywhere when in small towns. In cities you can ride the bus or even get a taxi.
Culture and holidays
"Semana Santa" or (Holy Week), is a whole week celebrated with parades, fireworks, and bullfights the week before Easter, in honor of their religious beliefs.
*Spanish Culture is linked to the Flamenco dance style which is a type of gypsy dance.
Bullfighting is also really popular in Spain with all ages.
Imports and exports from Spain
Oil is a major import to Spain; however, as of the year 2014, explosives has been the fastest growing import.
Spain's greatest exports include motor vehicles, fruit, and wine.
Spain's government and leader
Spain has a Monarchy government system and their Prime minister is Mariano Rajoy.
Tourism in Spain
Ever since the 60s and 70s, Spain has been one of the most popular destination for summer holidays. It is the 2nd most visited country in the world after France.
How is their school different from ours?
* students don't change classes, teachers do
*teachers don't have a dress code
*lunch is not provided for students
*there are no honor classes
*school sports are not even near as important to them then to us
Works cited for pictures...
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3.Lonely planet. "www.lonelyplanet.com". Introducing spain. 2010. Web. 27 Oct. 2015.
4.Welcome to Spain's official tourism portal. "www.spain.info". 2014. Web. 25 Oct. 2015.
2.Trillard, Amy."www.Spain-holiday.com". Spain's ten best Autumn Destination. 2015. Web. 29 Oct. 2015.