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Spain’s history and culture has helped to shape the modern world into what it is today through influences that were far greater than might have been expected from a country of Spain’s size. The Spanish civilisation was desired by many; the Carthaginians and Romans fought over it, the Arabs conquered it and the Catholic monarchs recovered it. When it discovered America it became the most powerful Empire in the world.
1492 was a significant year for the Spanish. It was the year that the Kingdom of Spain was created and the year of the first voyage of Christopher Columbus to the New World. The Inquisition was established and Jews and Muslims who refused to convert were expelled from the country.
The Spanish Empire reached its peak under King Felipe II, who unified the Spanish territory and lands. Spain’s history reached a period of economic and political decadence which was accompanied by both foreign and civil wars. The 19th century saw the collapse of the Spanish Empire but the independence gained by Spanish territories in the Americas, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines significantly shaped the world.
1936 Spain was plunged into a bloody civil war and led to a nationalist dictatorship, led by Francisco Franco which controlled the Spanish government until 1975. The death of Franco in 1975 resulted in the return of a monarchy headed by Prince Juan Carlos. Spain had one of the fastest-growing standards of living in Europe and entry into the European Community followed. The economy today is suffering in the Euro zone slump. Spain has 50% unemployment among youth, a heavily indebted banking system and has applied for financial help to get the country through the economic crisis.
Spanish is the world’s third most widely spoken languages (after Chinese and English). There are an estimated 400 million Spanish speakers worldwide. In Spain, there are two main dialects spoken: Castilian Spanish (74% of the population) and Catalan Spanish (17% of the population). Spanish is widely spoken in South America. It is the official language of all the South American republics apart from Brazil and Guyana. The Spanish dialects in South America vary widely from region and all differ from Castilian Spanish, but there is enough commonality to allow communcation.
Spain: 47 million Capital, Madrid: 3.2 million
The guitar was invented in Andalucia and it originated from Arab lutes.
Spain produces 44% of all the earth’s olive oil.
Spain has over 8,000km of beaches