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Spain

  1. 1. Spain
  2. 2.  Spain is the largest country on the Iberian peninsula. Known officially as the Kingdom of Spain, it is a member of the European Union and is bordered by France to the east and Portugal to the west.intro
  3. 3. Spain
  4. 4.  Spain is mostly arid and mountainous with more fertile land in the northeast near the Pyrenees mountains. Central Spain is mostly covered by the Meseta, a large plateau. Though Spain is mostly covered by the relatively flat meseta it has only one navigable river, the Guadalquivir.Physical characteristics
  5. 5.  Spain has several different cultural groups including Spaniards, Basques, Catalans, Galicians, a nd Castilians and has 5 different native languages which are Spanish, Catalan, Basque, Galician, and Aranese but the main religion roman catholic with 79% of all spanish people being catholic.culture
  6. 6.  Some of the most popular Spanish traditions are going for tapas, which aren’t food but a way of eating food in small portions while going from restaurant to restaurant. Another popular tradition is the siesta, where shops and businesses close from around 2pm until 5pm while restaurants close from about 4pm until about 8 or 9pm traditionally to escape the heat. Another is bull fighting, a sport where matadors try to kill a bull using a cape to lure it in and attack it in a large stadium.customs
  7. 7.  Spain is a vast country with many characteristics that make it unique. From the people who live there to the features of the land, this multicultural country is an amazing place.conclusion

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