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    following is an overview of the culture of Spain. 1. Values and attitudes Family, including extended family is extremely important in Spanish culture and is the basis of society. Families provide a social and sometimes financial support network. Increased individualism is having its effect, however, as families become less close, family size decreases and a respect for personal preference decreases the frequency of people working for their family businesses (Spain - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette)

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    Spain 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

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    For some time now there has been an issue in a part of Spain called “Catalonia” that I think it’s worrying and also concerning the whole country. I’m originally from that part of Spain and I have spent all my life there before I came to the United States, so this is very important to me and it affects my life in every possible aspect. Catalonia and Spain have been not really liking each other for about 300 years now because of some war events that happened in 1714. But that feeling increased in

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    Cultural Awareness: Spain Spain is a part of the European Union and makes up most of the Iberian Peninsula. Spain boarders the Pyrenees Mountains, which separates Spain from France and the Strait of Gibraltar separates Spain from North Africa. As of 2012, Spain has a population of about 47 million people, making it the 27th largest country in the world. Native Spaniards make up 88 percent of the population. Over the last 40 years Spain grew and became more economically advanced, but it still

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    Imperialism In Spain

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    Spain began to flourish in the 15th century under the rule of Ferdinand and Isabel. At this time, Spain was one of the most dominant countries in the world with several overseas activities, including the sponsorship of Christopher Columbus and the many voyages he took to the “New World” (Spanish Business Culture). Spain gained their independence in 1492 and celebrates their independence day on October 12, 1492. In terms of size, Spain is considered the 29th largest country and has a total population

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    The Culture Of Spain

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    The Culture of Spain Located in the Iberian Peninsula, Spain boasts of one of the most unique cultures in Europe. At different times, the country has been ruled by the Romans, the Visigoths, and the Moors from North Africa. Later, the Spanish colonized the Americas and contributed greatly to the emergence of the New World especially through the impact of Spanish explorers such as Christopher Columbus. The historical contacts left a lasting mark on this European nation especially in relation to culture

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    Protests In Spain

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    Spain is facing an uprising in politics and their economy due to the “contested independence referendum” in the Catalonia region. The Catalonia region is located on the border of Spain near Barcelona and is very different than the other regions. Such as Madrid, Catalonia has a different cultural heritage and language than Madrid, which is mainly why Catalonia wants to become independant. Catalonia is the wealthiest, most different region in Spain and can already present itself as a region that

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    Spain Essay

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    Spain      Spain, a country occupying the greater part of the Iberian Peninsula, and bounded on the north by the Bay of Biscay, France, and Andorra, and on the east by the Mediterranean Sea. The Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa are governed as provinces of Spain. Also, Spain administers two small exclaves in Morocco—Ceuta and Melilla. The area of Spain, including the African and insular territories

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    Imperialism In Spain

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    Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula, It shares it’s western Border with Portugal. On its north coast lies the Atlantic Ocean, the outskirts of Spain are vast and mountainous. It’s position near the Gibraltar Strait, gives it control of territories in northern Morocco including the enclaves of Ceuta and de Alhucemas, and Islas Chafarinas. Celts, Iberians, and Basques originally lived in Spain. In 206 B.C. Spain was conquered by Scipio Africanus, and subsequently became a part of the Roman

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    Geography Of Spain

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    Introduction Spain the beautiful, known for its historic monuments and culture. Spain stretched with amazing cities and towns complimented with modern and ancient architecture. Not only does it`s architecture and culture speak volumes, but it`s physical geography is breath taking. My personal interest in the country of Spain is based primarily on my heritage and being of Spanish decent myself. Spain is one of the cultural centers of Europe. It`s flag is yellow and red, the yellow emphasizes

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