• Dates and facts about Spain

    The kingdom of Spain (spanish: Reino de España) is situated in the southwest of Europe and captures the biggest part of the iberian peninsula. In the beginning of 2005 Spain had about 44,1 million inhabitants, which are...

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  • What they never taught you in Spanish

    Here are some words you never learn in any Spanish course, but you will hear very often: guay (gwhy) – Cool. cojonudo (ko-ho-NOO-doh) – Better than cool. me mola (may MO-la) – Love it! alucino (ah-lu-THEE-no) –...

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  • Who would have thought that

    Spain is the country with the largest surface of vineyards in the world. Approx. 1,200,000 hectars of surface become managed by approximately 150,000 winegrowers in scarcely 5,000 Bodegas. Although Spain admits more as a red wine country,...

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  • The black Osborne bull

    Many tourists see this 14 meters high bull at the highways of Spain, black, strong and proud, and think this concerns a symbol of Spain. However this bull is actually only advertisement. It was a commercial trade...

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  • San Roque

    San Roque is a small town with a population of 25,000 near Gibraltar. It is part of the province of Cádiz. It was founded by the original inhabitants of Gibraltar, which abandoned the town in 1704, after...

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