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Top 10 most famous Spanish Songs

The Latin music industry specializes in a genre of music that is originated from Latin countries like Spain, Portuguese, Argentina, and more and every year Latin artists have surpassed expectations to wow us with songs that are simply irresistible. If you’ve found yourself lip-syncing to Despacito- here is a list of some of the best Latin music the industry has gifted us with.

1. Despacito
2. Mi Gente
3. Macarena
4. Bailando
5. Chantaje
6. Waka Waka
7. Hey Ma
8. Dura
9. Gasolina
10.Echame La Culpa

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United States

Spain

World Communities pages 44-45


Spain is located on in the southwestern part of the

continent of Europe. Spain borders Portugal, France,

and Andorra.

World Communities pages 46-47


Spain is divided into 17 regions and has a population over

40 million. The capital of Spain is Madrid, which is located

near the center of the country. The population of Madrid

is nearly 3 million.


The tallest peak on the mainland of Spain is Mulhacen,

which is 3,479 meters high. The highest point in Spain is

a dormant volcano called Teide on the Canary Islands and

is 3,718 meters.

Teide

Mulhacen


Tribes

from

Northern

Europe

invaded.

Then the

Moors

from

Africa

ruled.

History of Spain

1898

Spanish-

American War.

Spain gave the

last of its

colonies in the

Americas to the

United States.

1975

General

Franco

died and

Juan

Carlos

became

the king.

200BC

Romans

ruled

Spain for

about 600

years.

1492

King

Ferdinand

and Queen

Isabella

united Spain

and

conquered

the Moors.

1930’s

Spanish

Civil War.

General

Franco

became

the

dictator.

World Communities pages 50-51


GOVERNMENT

United States

Spain

World Communities pages 52-53


Flag of Spain

The Spanish flag is mostly red and yellow with a picture of

the Spanish coat of arms on the yellow band. On the coat

of arms are a three towered castle and a lion.

World Communities page 53


Economy of Spain

KEY

❑ Iron, Coal, Minerals – Northern

Mountain Regions

❑ Fruits & Veggies – Coastal

Regions

❑ Grapes – Northern part of the

Meseta, Coastal regions

❑ Automobiles, Electronics,

Technology – Cities of

Barcelona & Madrid

❑ Fish – Atlantic Ocean,

Mediterranean Sea

World Communities pages 54-55


Spanish Food

•Spanish food is down-to-earth and uncomplicated. It is

based mainly on the ingredients that are available locally

or the crops grown regionally.

•The two basic ingredients of all Spanish food are olive

oil and garlic.

Paella


Flamenco

•Flamenco is a folk art around 200 years old. It is from

Southern Spain.

•Song, dance, and guitar are blended into rhythms that

are often improvised and spontaneous.


Religion in Spain

*The primary religion in Spain

is Catholicism.

Inside of the

Toledo Cathedral

Leon Cathedral


Spanish Holidays:

Three Kings Day

January 6th

The people line the streets to wait for the arrival of

the three kings. At night children leave a pair of shoes

outside their door hoping the wise men will leave gifts

inside.


Spanish Holidays:

All Saints Day

November 1st

It is a very important national public holiday when

people from all over the country return to their town or

village to lay flowers on the graves of deceased

relatives.


Running with the Bulls

Each year in Pamplona from July 7 th to July 14 th the

Bull Run takes place. The run is approximately ½ mile long

from the corral where the bulls are kept to the bullring

where they will fight that afternoon and takes about 3

minutes from start to finish. Six bulls are released each

morning at 8a.m. into the streets. The streets have been

walled off so that they bulls cannot escape.


Things to see and places to visit in Spain

Frank Gehry’s

Architecture

Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao

Copper Fish on Barcelona Beach

Marqués de Riscal Vineyard Hotel


Things to see and places to visit in Spain

Beaches


Things to see and places to visit in Japan

Museums

The Picasso Museum

The Prado Museum

The Dali Theatre-Museum


Things to see and places to visit in Japan

Local Village

Festivals

Merida Theatre

Festival

International Music and Dance

Festival of Granada


Spanish Language

The Spanish alphabet has

29 letters. It uses the

same 26 letters as the

English alphabet with the

addition of a “ch”

combination, “ll”

combination, and the .

Hola - hello

Adios – goodbye

When using an exclamation mark or question

mark while writing they are written at both the

end of the sentence and at the beginning. The

mark at the beginning is written upside down.

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