Spain : The Kingdom Of Spain

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Spain ranks amongst the top five countries in the world with the fewest lives lost, yearly. This is due to fundamentally decisions that the government has sanctioned for the people to garner a better and safer way of life. Because of these decisions, Spain continues to climb the worldly charts yearly, while becoming a stronger and a more economically balanced country. Spain, officially known as the Kingdom of Spain, resides inland northwest off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, and Portugal. The Mediterranean Sea lines the countries northeast boundaries, and France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay line its northern boundaries. The country is 194,884 square miles or, 754 miles of boarders and occupies its space in southwest Europe. “The 754 miles (1,214 km) of border with Portugal is the longest uninterrupted border within the European Union.” (WPR) Madrid is the nation’s capital and is statically the most populated and largest city in the country. There are numerous things to understand why Spain sits superior to other countries. The people and population play an iatrical factor, considering that the country growth rate is at 0.654 percent, per year. Spain’s religion plays an important part because estimated show that 63 percent of the country does not actively play a role in practicing their religion. Spain’s government segregates itself much as if America’s is, with the exception of a hereditary monarch (head of state), Prime Minister (President), and a
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