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  • Capital:Madrid
  • Demographic Information Official Name: Espana Location: Southwest Europe Languages: Spanish, Catalan, Galic ian, and Basque Population: 47,042,984 Life Expectancy: 81.27 years
  •  Spain is a democratic constitutional monarchy with a National Parliament Prime Minister: Mariano Rajoy Head of State: King Juan Carlos I 350 Total seats in Parliament
  •  Took place between 1936 and 1939 Started when conservative groups in Spain revolted against the new Republican government The Nationalists were led by General Francisco Franco and other conservatives The Nationalists won the war in the end All of the Nationalist supporting groups became one state party
  •  Currency: Euro Labor Force: 23.1 million Population Below Poverty Line: 19.8% Exports: $309.6 billion Imports: $364.9 billion GDP: $1.432 trillion
  •  2 basic ingredients: olive oil and garlic Seafood, including baby eels, shrimp, and octopi Chicken is very popular in Spanish dishes Eggs are eaten daily
  •  Madrid is home to the Spanish Royal family and the Spanish Government  It is surrounded by natural parks and mountains  It is connected to all major Spanish cities by road, train, and air  It is the biggest city in Spain  Population: about 3.5 millionhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7_lIO7_VEY
  •  Picasso and his paintings Francisco de Goya was another famous Spanish painter Cervantes novel, “Don Quixote” Early arts contained: modernism, Dadaism, cubism, and surrealismContribution to the Arts
  •  Spain’s customs were influenced by pre- Roman cultures of the Celts and the Iberians Most important holiday: “Semana Santa” (Holy Week) Soccer and Bullfighting are popular sports A lot of Spanish culture is linked to the Flamenco dance style
  • El Endo(the end)
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