Intro and historical context Spain is in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula and is

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Intro and historical context
Spain is in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula and is currently ruled by Mariano Rajoy since December 21st, 2011. Spain is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and the European Union. Spain is Famous for their Bullfights festival of tomatoes and so much more. Each one of these things resembles a certain part of Spanish culture. Bullfights in Spain first started in 711-1492 A.D. Spanish knights would hunt the wild life of the Liberian, but most wildlife was too easy and wouldn’t help the knights with their pugnacious instincts. Although there was an animal who would rather put up a die fighting than flee like most animals,
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Spain economy was put under worker control and began during the outbreak of the Spanish civil war.

Thesis
Was the Spanish revolution really a “workers” social revolution? Although its called that this revolution impacted more than just the workers of Spain.
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Culture
Nothing in Spain’s cultural values changes during the revolution of 1936. Spain remained the same culturally during the revolution because although the revolution did impact Spain in many ways, it did not affect the culture. Spain is well known for its folklore among its different regions. In recent time in Spain an appearance of mixed culture has increased due to the increasing numbers of European migrants in Spain. The traditions of Spain have remained the same since they originated during the medieval age, these traditions are matters of pride for the culture of Spain. Flamenco fills the air of spain with its unique rhythm that just makes your body want to move with the beat. These all are parts of Spain’s culture but they are just small pieces of it. Spain is acknowledged for its festivals that happen during the time of New years and Easter. There is a blend between spiritual and cheerful characteristics in the Spanish culture. Children of all ages enjoy these festivals, one festival that children love is during the procession of ‘Three Magi’, its where the children receive presents from

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