Spain is a developed country located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. It is Western Europe’s second biggest country by area with 504,030 sq km. Its topography, history and rich cultural heritage attract tourists from all over the world.

Asked in Road Distance, Spain, Islands

What is the capital of Menorca?

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The capital of Menorca is Mahon. (aka Maó-Mahón) (In Catalan Maó , in Spanish Mahón ) The capital used to be Cuitadella.
Asked in Spain, Europe

Who is the patron saint of Basque country?

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The patron saint of the Basque country is St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Asked in Argentina, Spain, Latitude and Longitude

Are you closer to the equator in northern Argentina or in southern Spain?

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Assuming that YOU were in either of those locations: Northern Argentina is closer to the equator. The latitude of the equator is zero. Latitudes increase as you move farther from the equator, both north and south. The northernmost point in Argentina is near 21.8° south latitude while the southernmost point in Spain is about 36° N near Gibraltar. There are Spanish islands closer to the equator, the Canary Islands, at 27.6° N, but even so northern Argentina is closer to the equator by about 6° of latitude.
Asked in Spain, Continents

What continent is Lanzarote in?

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Lanzarote is a Spanish island located off the Atlantic Coast of Africa. Politically it is a part of Europe but physically it is a part of Africa.
Asked in Spain, Mexican Culture

Does Mexican culture originate from Spain?

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No. The Spanish language came from Spain as did some of the religion. However, other languages, food, dance, dress, and other religions are from indigenous peoples or imported slaves.
Asked in Miscellaneous, Spain, Spanish to English, Society and Civilization

What is the Fragata Española?

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The Spanish term Fragata Española means, in English, Spanish Frigate. In the Armada Española - the Spanish Navy - at present are ten clase fragata , or frigate class ships, four F-100 and six F-80.
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage, Spain

What age can you take citizenship in Spain?

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You can be a Spanish citizen at any age.
Asked in Spain, Lakes and Rivers, Oceans and Seas

Is there a famous river in Spain?

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There are several famous river in Spain including the Tajo, Ebro, and Guadalquivir.
Asked in Morocco, Spain

Can you drive to Morocco from Spain?

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Spain has two Autonomous Cities in North Africa located on the Mediterranean coast and surrounded by Morocco. There is a regular car ferry service so you can take your car from Spain to one of these cities (Ceuta and Melilla) and on to Morocco.
Asked in Italy, Spain, Road Distance, Barcelona

How many kilometers Italy Milan to Spain Barcelona?

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977 km taking this route: Take E62 - A7 from Milano towards GENOVA to E80 - A10 to SAVONA and VENTIMIGLIA via E25 - A26. When you are at E80 - A10, follow signs to E80 - A10 to VENTIMIGLIA. Follow E80 to E15 to PERPIGNAN and BARCELONE in FRANCE near NARBONNE. Take E15 to Barcelona.
Asked in Spain

What is the capital of Spain?

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The capital and largest city in Spain in Madrid.
Asked in Spain, North America, South America

Is Spain located in north America?

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no, it is located in western Europe.
Asked in Spain, Red Wine

What famous product is made by La Rioja?

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The Spanish wine region of La Rioja is most famous for its Rioja wine, which is made from grapes in La Rioja, Navarre, and Álava. La Rioja is a Denominación de Origen Calificada, meaning it is a qualified region of origin for wine. Rioja wines are a blend of the grapes from the previously mentioned regions and can be red, white, or rosé. Rioja wine's most distinct characteristic is its oak aging; the youngest wine (Rioja) spends less than a year in oak, while the oldest wines of the region (Rioja Gran Reserva) has been aged at least two years in oak and three years in a bottle.
Asked in Spain, English to Spanish, Spanish to English

How did Festes de la merce start?

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It is the feast day of the patron saint of Barcelona, the Virgin de le Merce. 1687, Barcelona suffered a plague of locusts, and placed itself in the hands of the Virgin of La Mercè. Once the plague had been overcome, the Council of the City named her patron saint of Barcelona. They began to celebrate a festival in the month of September to commemorate the event.
Asked in Colonial America, Portugal, Spain

How did Spain and Portugal settle their disputes about territories in the New World?

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They asked the pope(Alexander VI) and he decided that the world( the know world at the time) was to be split by an imaginary line. This line was a little bit west from the eastern tip of Brazil. Portugal got the eastern half of this line and Spain the western half.
Asked in Spain, Australia

How is Spain different to Australia?

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Spain is in Europe. Australia is in Oceania. In Spain, winter is December to March and summer June to August. In Australia it's the other way round. Is Spain, Spanish is officially spoken (alongside a few more regional co-official languages). In Australia, English is the official language. In Spain you pay with euros, in Australia with Australian dollars. Spain is smaller than Australia but more populated. Spain has a land border with France and Portugal, amongst others, whereas Australia does not. As of February 2011, no kangaroos have ever been found roaming freely across Spanish territory (although you can find some in zoos). In Spain you can find impressive Roman constructions like the theater of Mérida, which you cannot find in Australia. Spain has mountains, Australia does not. Australia is its own continent and Spain is not. good luck :) I hope I have helped you tell Spain from Australia next time!
Asked in Spain, Barcelona

Does Barcelona come from Spain?

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Barcelona is not a thing that can come or go. It is a place, the second largest city in Spain.
Asked in Spain, Passport Requirements, Visas - Document

Does a us resident need a visa to travel to Spain?

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It is not your residency which defines if you need a visa, it is your nationality (citizenship) US Citizens do not need a visa when they travel to Spain for business or for personal travel for up to 90 days. A US visitor will need to present a valid US passport (valid three months beyond intended stay), proof of sufficient funds and a return airline ticket. If you are not a US citizen, then you may need a visa, depending on your nationality.

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