Spain

Capital of Spain

What is the Capital of Spain? Madrid is the capital of Spain and one of the most beautiful cities in the country. The economic and cultural life of the country concentrated in Madrid, and the abundance of architectural monuments from different eras allows us to call it a real museum. This beautiful modern metropolis with …

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Spanish Cuisine

Spanish cuisine is one of the most popular in the world. Moreover, it is extremely multifaceted, including the characteristics of different regions. The nuances of geographic location, climate, and historical influence are intertwined in cooking. One and the same dish can have more than a hundred cooking options, which led to the main feature of the Spanish …

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Sagrada Familia

Sagrada – Temple of the Sagrada Familia, a church in Barcelona built with private donations since 1882.The most famous long-term construction in the world is the project of the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. The building, which began in the 19th century, is planned to be completed in 2026. Barcelona and its illustrious architect The capital …

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Tower of Hercules

Dimensions: height 55 meters Locality: La Coruña Construction start / opening date: Early 2nd century Architect: Kai Servius Lupo Original name: Torre de Hércules, Tower of Hercules The Tower of Hercules is an active lighthouse located in the north of the city of A Coruña. Today it is the most ancient lighthouse in the entire world. The …

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Navarre Spain

The Autonomous Region of Navarra is located in the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula and is a relatively small region of Spain. In the east, Navarre borders with France, in the south – with Aragon, in the west – with the Basque Country. The central and northern part of the region occupies a mountainous …

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Cantabria Spain

The autonomous region of Cantabria is located in northern Spain and borders Asturias, Leon and Castile. The region is washed by the Bay of Biscay, which the Spaniards call the Cantabrian Sea. The territory of Cantabria occupies the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula and is located near the Cordillera mountain range. Capital and major …

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Castile and León

The Autonomous Region of Castile and Leon, located on the Meseta plateau north of Madrid, is the largest region in Spain and has the sixth largest population. The region is located along the Duero River and borders Portugal (in the west), Aragon (in the east), Cantabria and Asturias (in the north) and Castile (in the …

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Galicia

The autonomous region of Galicia is located in the northwestern part of Spain and is washed by the Bay of Biscay in the north and the Atlantic Ocean in the west. In the south is the border with Portugal, in the east – Castile and Leon. It is a predominantly mountainous area with many shallow …

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Aragon

The unusually beautiful region of Aragon is located in the north-east of Spain and is sparsely populated, but the most isolated territory among all the isolated regions of the country. Aragon is located at the mouth of the picturesque Ebro River, and the Aragonese lowland itself is surrounded by the Pyrenees, Catalan and Iberian mountains. …

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