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yes. mainly in the south. eg: Tabernas desert in the province of Almería or Los Monegros desert in the province of Zaragoza... Anyway deserts are not common in Spain.
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Where is Spain?

Spain is located in the extreme southwest of Europe, along theAtlantic Ocean on the Iberian Peninsula (which it shares withPortugal). It is south of the Bay of Biscay and France, and theircommon border includes the country of Andorra in the Pyrenees.Spain is bounded on the south and southeast by the MediterraneanSea (containing the Balearic Islands). Spain also claims small locales in Northern Africa, and the CanaryIslands off the west coast of Africa. In the West of Europe, below France on lower left. Or above Africa, to top left.

What is Spain?

Spain is a country located on the Iberian Peninsula in thesouthwest of Europe. It neighbours Portugal, Gibraltar, Andorra andFrance.

Who is spain?

Spain ( i / ˈ s p eɪ n / SPAYN ; Spanish : España , pronounced: [esˈpaɲa] ( listen )), officially the Kingdom of Spain ( Spanish : Reino de España ), [c] [7] is a sovereign state and a member of the European Union located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula . Its mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar ; to the north and north east by France , Andorra , and the Bay of Biscay ; and to the northwest and west by the Atlantic Ocean and Portugal . Spanish territory also includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the African coast, and two autonomous cities in North Africa , Ceuta and Melilla , that border Morocco . Furthermore, the town of Llívia is a Spanish exclave situated inside French territory. With an area of 505,992 square kilometres (195,365 sq mi), it is the second largest country in Western Europe and the European Union after France, and the fourth largest country in Europe after Russia , Ukraine and France. Because of its location, the territory of Spain was subject to many external influences since prehistoric times and through to its dawn as a country. Spain emerged as a unified country in the 15th century, following the marriage of the Catholic Monarchs and the completion of the reconquest, or Reconquista , of the Iberian peninsula in 1492. Conversely, it has been an important source of influence to other regions, chiefly during the modern era , when it became a global empire that has left a legacy of over 500 million Spanish speakers today, making it the world's second most spoken first language . Spain is a democracy organised in the form of a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy . It is a developed country with the twelfth largest economy in the world by nominal GDP, and very high living standards , including the tenth-highest quality of life index rating in the world, as of 2005. It is a member of the United Nations , European Union , NATO , OECD , and WTO .

Does Spain have any mountains?

There are several mountain ranges in Spain: Canatbrian Mountains Pyrennees Sierra Morena Systema Betico Sistema Central Sytema Iberico Systema Penibetico The tallest mountain is Spain is "El Teide" in the Canary Islands.

Are there any major rivers in Spain?

Some of the major rivers in the country of Spain are Ebro River,Tajor River, and the Duero River. The Guadalquivir River is anothermajor river in Spain.

Does Spain have any special holidays?

Spanish national holidays include the Fiesta Nacional de Espana(October 12th), Labor Day (May 1st), and Constitution Day (December6th). There are also a variety of regional and religious holidaysobserved in Spain.

Has Spain ever had any wars?

Spain has long history of wars since the Visigoths set up the kingdom in 5 Century till it became a world power under Ferdinand,Isabella,Charles I and Charles V with Spanish war of succession(1701-14) and later American-Spanish war in 1830 &1898. There were numerous Spanish Civil War with grown of anarchism,Republicanism and socialism beginning 1900-1923 ,1936-39.

Is Spain a member of any alliances?

Spain is member of the NATO and the Western European Union (a military alliance between UK, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and France independent of NATO and nowadays under "control" of the Security and foreing relations representative of the European Union)

Can you take any meat products to spain?

Sure, as long as the place of origin is within the Schengen Zone.Otherwise, strict European Union regulations concerning theimportation and transport of foreign meats will bar your meatproducts from coming into Spain.

Is there a desert in Spain?

There is not really a desert in Spain. The area reported as desert is less than six or seven miles across, is semi desert, is bisected by a highway, can be easily crossed on foot or by bicycle. However it is the only semi desert in Europe. See the related link.

Is there any breweries in Spain?

\nThere are many breweries in Spain. Among the breweries are Mahou-San Miguel, Damm, Estrella de Levante, Cervezas Alhambra, Compañía Andaluza de Cervezas, Hijos De Rivera, Compañía Cervecería de Canarias, as well as a Heineken brewery.

When was Panama conquered by Spain or any other country?

The first European to explore the coasts in the region was the Spanish explorer Rodrigo de Bastidas, who in 1501 founded Panama's first port, calling it "El Escribano". One year later, Christopher Columbus explored the coast of Panama more thoroughly during his fourth voyage. During the 16th century, the region was conquered by Spain and turned into an important centre of trade for the Spanish monopoly. In 1717 the area became part of the Viceroyalty of New Granada. In 1821 Panama declared its independence from Spain, first voluntarily becoming part of Greater Colombia and then later part of the Republic of Colombia. . Discontent with Colombian rule led to several rebellions during the 19th century, given Panama's diminishing role as a trade route between two oceans and its decreasing geopolitical importance. On 3 November 1903, Panama declared its independence as a result of the fact that the Colombian Parliament had not ratified a treaty with the USA concerning the canal. It was officially recognized as a sovereign state by the USA three days later. In 1904, a constituent assembly drafted the first Panamanian constitution; the year 1914 marked the opening of the Panama Canal. Arnulfo Arias, who was elected president in 1940, was removed from office in 1941 as he was in favour of the Axis powers. Panama entered World War II in 1942 on the side of the Allies. General Omar Torrijos became President in 1969, which was to be the beginning of diplomatic struggle at all international levels to regain unlimited control over the Panama Canal. The Torrijos-Carter Treaty was signed in 1977, which provided for the canal to be handed over to Panama in 2000. Noriega came into power in 1983, annulled the presidential elections of April 1989 and prevented an attempted military coup in October that year. . Two months later, however, the United States sent 24,000 soldiers to Panama and appointed President Guillermo Endara, the man who had in fact won the April 1989 elections. Noriega was imprisoned and sent to the US in January 1990, where he was indicted in Miami, Florida in April 1992. The Endara government, however, was faced with serious economic problems, but gradually managed to recover. In 1994 Ernesto Pérez Balladares, candidate of the rightist Democratic Revolutionary Party, won the presidential elections. Mireya Moscoso, widow of former president Arnulfo Aria, succeeded him. In the 2004 presidential elections, Martín Erasto Torrijos Espino, a candidate of the same party, was elected.

Are there any lakes in Spain?

There are many lakes in Spain. Some of these lakes include Lake ofBanyoles, Los Bermejales Reservoir, Negratin Reservoir, and IznajarReservoir.

How do you get to Spain?

You may go to Spain by walking, driving, flying,or going by boat, it depends on where you are and what you can afford.

Did Queen Isabella of Spain have any siblings?

Yes. She had a half brother named Henry IV and a whole brother named Alfonso. Henry IV was her older brother. Queen Isabella was born in Madrigal de las Torres, Spain on April 22, 1451 and had died in Medina del Campo, Spain on November 26, 1504.. If yu dont believe meh then go to thins website....... ok there yu go!

What are some deserts in Spain?

While Europe has no absolute deserts, there are a few small areasof semi-arid desert. The best known is Desierto Las Tabernas inSpain.

Does Spain have any famous landmarks?

Well, they have the Prado Museum and the Palacio del Oriente in Madrid, the Sagrada Familia Church in Barcelona, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Cathedral and the Torre del Oro in Sevilla, the Alhambra complex in Granada, and the Mosque in Cordoba. Plus plenty of UNESCO world heritage sites,spanning history from prehistoric times until the nineteenth century. Check out the link below

What can you do in Spain?

Go to seaside, visit Barcelona: The Gaudí houses and the Sagrada Familia, visit Salvador dalí places, visit the Black Madonna, visit Madrid and its famous museums, try Pina Colada.

Are there any smooth jazz stations in Spain?

\nThere is a station based in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain called Qfm 94.3 ( Their format is Jazz, Smooth Jazz, with some other influences. They broadcast in Spanish, English and German languages.

Is there any famous cheese from Spain?

There are many cheeses from Spain as there are in most of Europe. Probably the best know is Queso Machego, or cheese from La Mancha, one of the regions of Spain.

Is there any castles in Spain?

Yes, and some of the most beautiful are located there. Many have Moreish influences which gives them an exotic look and they look very romantic.

Why did Spain?

There are a great many reasons why Spain does what it does. Thiscountry desperately wants control over certain resources.

Were any kings of Spain named Joseph?

Napoleon Bonaprate's brother Joseph was appointed to be King of Spain under French Occupation in 1808 until Spain was restored to Spanish Control in 1813. He ruled es King José I. There has not been a King Joseph or King José before or since.

Is there any Walmart in Spain?

No, although Walmart is an American International company, thereare no locations in Spain. Their international locations includeArgentina, Brazil, Canada, and the UK.

Are there any sharks in Spain?

Yes, there are definitely sharks in Spain but attacks from them in Spain are quite rare, and there are only a few reports.

Does Spain have any famous foods?

Probably the most famous is Paella, a rice dish made with various meats and/or seafoods. The most expensive food from Spain is a type of Jamon Serrano called Pata Negra. They can cost upwards of $500.00 for one ham. The most expensive food ingrediant from Spain is Saffron which can reach $2750.00 a pound.

Does the US dollar have any value in Spain?

Its value is whatever current exchange is in effect between the USdollar (USD) and euro (EUR), the currency of the Eurozone part ofthe European Union. Exchange rates change every day so any specific answer posted herebecomes out of date almost immediately. While it's not Answers.compolicy to say "use the Internet", that's the best approach in thiscase. You can check a site such as www ., CNNMoney, etc. forthe latest conversion factors.

How did Spain get there?

The christian kingdoms of the north of the Iberian paeninsula allied in order to expulse the muslims in the south.

Does Spain have any industry if so what in particular?

Spain has one of the biggest car industries in Europe. It also has a very advance renewable energy industry especially in wind and solar energy. Like any large country it is difficult to say in a few words all the things that it does, but Spain is particularly advanced in, banking, infrastructure (roads, railways, etc.) water desalination, agriculture and machine tool manufacture.

Do you now any active volcano in Spain?

Name. Elevation. Location. Last eruption. meters. feet. Coordinates. Gran Canaria. 1949. 6398. 20 BC. Hierro. 1501. 4920. 1793. La Palma. 2426. 6394. 1971. Lanzarote. 670. 2060. 1824. Tenerife. 3718. 12,188. 1909 t .

Are there any dangerous animals in Spain?

First answer: - Wolves, - Bears, First edit: - Wolves - Bears - The Procession Caterpillar (thaummetopoea Pityocampa), - Sea Nettle Jellyfish (Pelagia Noctiluca), - Mediterranean Scorpion (Buthus Occitanus - Escorpion Amarillo) [ hurts] [5 venomous snake spices] (5/13 snake spices in Spain are venomous): - Asp Viper (Vipere aspis) [Bite is painful and deadly] - Seoane's Viper (Vipere Seoanei) [ Thought to be the most dangerous snake in spain - False smooth snake - Snub-nosed or Lataste's viper [Toxic venom] - Montpellier Snake (Culebra bastarda) [ The venom can create symptoms including numbness, stiffness, swelling and possibly fever usually passing after a few hours. ] - Spiders [1 700 spices in Spain] - Weaver Fish (Echiichthys Vipere) [Really painful sting, can kill] - Scorpion Fish - Fire Salamanders (Salamandra salamandra) - Mosquito .

Are there any nude beaches in Spain?

Absolutely! While spanish children under the age of 5 run around nude and the majority of the women go to the beach topless, there are nude beaches in Spain.

Are there any colleges or universities in Spain?

Yes! There are 76 universities in Spain and many campuses of each of these universities and of forign universities around Spain. You can read student opinions and reviews about all Spanish universities on the site below in the related links section.

Are there any eccentric sports in Spain?

"Eccentric" is only in the eye of the beholder. Most people in theUS consider soccer a childrens' game and are amazed to see it amultibillion professional sport elsewhere, with Spain being a majorcontender. Spain also has an active rugby union, which as a sportis unknown in the US, replaced there by its Frankenstein monsterstepchild, American football. "Typically" Spanish sports are Basque Pelota and Valencia Pelota,indoor handball sport where a small hard ball is hit with greatstrenght with the bare hands of the players. Only Holland hassomething akin to it in its northern provinces, where it is calledKaatsen. Roller hockey is also typically Spanish although other Latincountries play it as well.