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  • 1. SPAIN Andalucía Córdoba
  • 2. Gastronomy
    • Spanish omelette and ``salmorejo´´ are typical food from Andalusia.
    • There are a lot of variety of typical Tapas or Snacks in Spain.
  • 3.
    • The paella is perhaps the best well-known Spanish meal around the world.
    • Churros with hot chocolate is a typical Spanish breakfast.
  • 4. Having tapas in taverns
    • Cured ham and cheese with wine or beer is what you tyically have in taverns at midday.
  • 5. Cordoba and its famous “peroles”
    • Cordoba has got a typical tradition when the weather is good:
    • People go to the countryside to eat a dish of rice.
    • It`s called a Perol.
  • 6. DIFFERENT MEALS TIMES
    • Spanish people have lunch at about 3 in the afternoon and dinner at 10 in the evening.
    • Siesta for half-hour or hour after a meal is typical in Spain.
  • 7. Spanish folklore
    • Flamenco dancing and bullfighting are part of Spanish culture and folklore
  • 8. Holy Week and San Fermines
    • The Holy Week is a very popular religious tradition specially in the south of Spain.
    • People from all over the world come to enjoy the San Fermines in Pamplona, north of Spain.
  • 9. The Fallas of Valencia and Fairs in Anadalucía
    • If you visit Valencia the 19th of March, do not miss its famous Fallas.
    • The fairs are the merriest festivals celebrated in the south of Spain and they receive many people.
  • 10. CARNIVAL and THREE WISE MEN
    • The carnival is specially celebrated in Cádiz and Tenerife.
    • The Three Wise Men come on the 6th of January instead of Santa Claus.
  • 11. CATHOLIC RELIGION IN SPAIN
    • The Roman Catholic religion has the most followers with 76%. Most Spaniards do not participate regularly in religious services.
    • Irreligion 19%
    • Islam 2.3%
    • Judaism 0.1%
    • Others 1.7%
  • 12. Tourists attractions
    • The `Giralda ´ is the belfry of the cathedral of Seville.
    • The former mosque of Córdoba, turned into the current Cathedral in the 13 th century. The Mosque is considered as the supreme monument of Caliphal art.
  • 13. The Alhambra, Puerta del Sol, Casa de Campo
      • The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex of the Moorish rulers of Granada.
      • La Puerta del Sol. New Year celebrations are held there.
      • The Casa de Campo is Madrid public park.
  • 14. STUDENTS
    • Beatriz Sánchez Nieto
    • Soraya Santiago Pérez
    • Mª Ángeles Gómez Lara
    • Mª Jesús Nogales Rodríguez
    • Cristina Reina Galisteo
    • IES Blas Infante. Córdoba. Spain. ICT Tourism.
    • For Comenius A World of Differences and School Peace Project
    • January 2009