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map of Spain
flag of Spain
Demographics / people
In 2002 the euro was implemented as a common currency
1.00 USD = 0.79 EUR
Coins start with the 1-cent piece and end with the 2 euro piece.


Madrid is the capital of Spain Population is 3.3 million in the city.
plaza de cibeles is a historical tourist attraction you should see in Mardrid.

• Spain's economy is the 12th largest in the world.
•Spain's economy depends on the producing of chemicals, and by building ships, and, automobiles. Tourism is also important to the economy. Spain exports clothing food, and beverages.
•Spain entered into a recession in 2008.
And for the first time in its history had over 4,000,000 people unemployed. 1 in 5 people in Spain live below poverty.

2 Famous people from Spain
Fernando Rey 9-20-1917 to 3-9-1994 known as a Spanish film , theater, and TV actor. (on the left)

Pablo Picasso 10-25-1881 to 4-8-1973
Was known as one of the greatest and most most influential artist of the 20th century. (on the right)
Two popular tourist destinations
Two Holidays / customs celebrated in Spain
Typical Foods
Tortilla Espanola or Spanish Omelet is the most commonly served dish in Spain.
Another popular food is
Canary Island Hotpot soup


www.foodbycountry.com ›

Canary Island Hotpot Recipe"


12 oz chickpeas, soaked overnight

16 almonds
1/3 cup olive oil
1 onion, finely chopped
8 oz tomatoes, finely chopped
2 tablespoons currants
Cover the chickpeas with water and cook on low heat.

Meanwhile, crush the almonds and pine nuts in a mortar.

Heat the oil in a skillet (frying pan) and saute the onion over low heat. When it starts to brown, add the mixture from the mortar, fry for 1 minutes, then add the tomatoes and currants. Continue cooking on low heat for 15 minutes.

Add this mixture to the chickpeas, season with a little salt, then cook very slowly for about 1 hour, or until the chickpeas are tender. Serve.


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