Interesting and amazing facts about Spain-Facts of Spain

By | July 3, 2016

Interesting and amazing facts about Spain-Facts of Spain

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Interesting and amazing facts about Spain-Facts of Spain.
First, read a small info about Spain.

Interesting and amazing facts about Spain-Facts of Spain

Spain, on Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, is really 17 autonomous regions,
each with its own geography and culture.
The capital, Madrid, is home to the Royal Palace and singular Prado museum,
housing works by European masters and Segovia to the north has a
fairy-tale medieval castle and Roman aqueduct.
It’s all about Spain.Now here starts,

Interesting and amazing facts about Spain-Facts of Spain

Interesting and amazing facts about Spain-Facts of Spain

  • The official name of Spain is the “Kingdom of Spain.”
  • Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and the European Union.
  • Spain was the third most visited country in the world in 2013.
  • The national anthem of Spain has no words.
  • The Bull is the national animal of Spain.
  • The Sagrada Familia church in Spain,
    has been under construction for over 130 years,
    and it’s only expected to be complete by 2026.
  • There are no laws against public nudity in Spain.
  • The world’s oldest existing lighthouse is the Tower of Hercules,
    in Spain,
    erected in the first century and still operational.
  • Spain was the first country in the world where wind power was the greatest source of electricity.
  • You can enjoy a meal in the oldest restaurant in the world in Spain’s capital, Madrid.

  •  The Spanish national football team topped the FIFA World rankings for five consecutive years.

  •  Spain is home to a type of tailless monkey,
    the macaque,
    which is the only type of wild monkey that lives in Europe.
  •  Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe after France and the
    second most mountainous after Switzerland.

  • Spain The largest producer of olive oil, Spain accounts for 45% of the
    world’s total olive oil production.

  • In 1993, just 1.7% of student enrollment for technical institutes and colleges
    were women. In 2000, it was up to 40%.
  • Spanish sailor and engineer Isaac Peral (1851-1895) designed the first fully
    operative military submarine.
  • Spain is a predominantly (94%) Roman Catholic country.

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