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  1. 1. Name: Yanara EileenCourse:7°ATeacher: Laura
  2. 2. Introduction good morning to my lecture on Spain touched me know your local language, religuion their national flag, landscapes, its capital, the amount of peole, tourist sites, the national dance and the national dish supusto
  3. 3. Spain:Spain, also calledthe Kingdom ofSpain is acountry, a memberof the EuropeanUnion, establishedin social anddemocratic state oflaw and whose formof government is aparliamentarymonarchy.
  4. 4. located: Spain is located in the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. Borders with Portugal, Gibraltar, Andorra, France, Mediterranean Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Atlantic Ocean. Its location gives it a wonderful climate.
  5. 5. LanguageSpanish or Castilian is an Iberian Romancelanguage group. It is one of the six official UNlanguages​​, and is the second most spokenlanguage in the world by the number of peoplewho are native speakers, after Mandarin Chinese
  6. 6. religuion: Most of the population of Spain (73.2%) is Catholic, although the percentage of practitioners is much lower (13.7%) .1 The 22.2% of the population is not recognized in any religion (defined as atheists or unbelievers).
  7. 7. National flagThe flag of Spain, known as the rojigualda, was adopted with all current items on October 5, 1981 upon approval of the Act establishes the most recent version of the coat of arms. Previously, the Constitution of 27 December 1978 specified in Article 4.1: "The flag of Spain consists of three horizontal stripes, red, yellow and red, the yellow stripe being twice the width of each of the red." This is the same design that was adopted as the national flag of Spain in 1785, and that, except for the design adopted between 1931 and 1939 in the Second Republic, only has changed the model of shield.
  8. 8. National shield: The Coat of Spain is the heraldic symbol representing the Kingdom of Spain. As a symbol institution is regulated and is employed by the government and institutions thereof. The Head of Government and ministries use the same symbol, while the king and the prince of Asturias hold other shields also officially regulated
  9. 9. landcapes landscapes of the country most visited Spanish are: Andalusia-aragon- austiria-canary- Cantabria-Catilla- stain-madrid other pub
  10. 10. Capital city Madrid is the capital of Spain and the Community of Madrid, single- province autonomous region. Also known as the Town and Court, is the largest and most populous city in the country, officially reaching as the population census to January 1, 2011 the 3,293,601 inhabitants
  11. 11. Namber of dweller Demography in Spain contains the foundations of the Spanish population study in various fields, such as the demographic and qualitative measurement, ie the qualities in your employment status, your income, age, etc.. Spain has a population of 47,190,494 inhabitants
  12. 12. National dance The concept of Spanish or Spanish ballet dancing, which differs from classical ballet and is often identified usually with flamenco dancing, Flamenco: Fandango, which in the seventeenth century was the most extended song and dance throughout Spain, eventually ended up generating local and regional variations, especially in the province of Huelva
  13. 13. National dish Its called a paella recipe made ​with rice cooked, originally from Valencia, specifically the marsh of Albufera.1 is a humble dish with great tradition and history in Valencia
  14. 14. CONCLUSION concluded that the work is very important for Spain know to the countries of our planet, other than to learn important fu history and English

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