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Politics and Economy in Spain (616 words, 2 pages)
This article, dated April 25th, deals with a report given on April 1st, by the Group of States Against Corruption (GRECO). This group makes investigations and files claims against states that they feel are squandering and misusing government funds. The group contains membership from many states, mainly in Western and ... Read More
Comparing US and Spain (819 words, 3 pages)
There are one hundred and ninety six different countries in the world. That means there are one hundred and ninety six governments. There are multiple different forms of rule. The administration of Cbizzashire, the United States and Spain are not exactly alike, but they all have similar ideals that they ... Read More
The Diffusion of Culture in Spain and Texas (1160 words, 4 pages)
Folk culture, popular culture, language, religion and human behavior can all be observed over the landscape of the world in different ways. Through the Arabic invasions into the Iberian Peninsula, the Age of Exploration, and the push and pull factors that brought Mexican people to the United States, diffusion of ... Read More
A Biography of Juana, Princess of Spain and Austria (1121 words, 3 pages)
Juana of Spain and Austria the princess that became crazy for loveJuana was the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabel of Spain, and also the princess of Aragon and Castile. At a very young age she was a very dedicated young girl that wanted to learn,and become the future ruler of ... Read More
Brazil vs. Spain: A Battle for Glory (656 words, 2 pages)
For most of the soccer fans around the world, the Confederations Cup Final is just like a dream. It is not just a game for a trophy it is a battle between the history and the present, in which the five time world cup winner Brazil will face the most ... Read More
Christianity, Judaism, and Islam in Medieval Spain (861 words, 3 pages)
Convicencia was a term used to describe Christian Spain during medieval ages where Christians, Jews and Muslims all coexisted in a fairly peaceful environment. But over the years this term was used to describe another period during the Medieval Arabic Islamic world. This particular period is more commonly known as ... Read More
My Visit to Andalucia, Spain (357 words, 1 pages)
There has been lot said on Spain and its various parts and reasons as well as cities. Culture and language are different everywhere, and one would say that each are has diferent things to offer. For example Castilla with Madrid as Capital is different from other regions, but if you ... Read More
A Paper on Christmas in Spain (2378 words, 3 pages)
Christmas in Spain is a very joyous and religious time of year. You will see that a Spanish Christmas has a lot of American influence but also has much of their own heritage in it. In small towns and villages it is more traditional and distinctly Spanish. It is in ... Read More
First Stage of Paper on Analyzing Spain's Cultural Diversity (1850 words, 3 pages)
this was written as the first stage of analyizing Spain for the introduction of a franchise In the beginning, Spain endured a diversified number of cultures. Around 1600 B.C., the Iberians arrived in Spain. Migration into Spain continued from Europe beyond the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean, and North Africa. Following the ... Read More
A Biography of Federico Garcia Lorca, One of Spain's Greatest Modern Poets (404 words, 1 pages)
Federico Garcia Lorca, one of Spain's greatest modern poet and playwright, was born June 5, 1898 at Fuente Vaqueros in the Spanish province of Granada. He began writing poems in his late teens, reciting many of them in the local cafes. In 1919 he left to study law at the, ... Read More
Anti-Monarchial Movement in Spain (959 words, 2 pages)
Circa 1930, an anti-monarchial movement developed in Spain . This pro-republic group consisted of liberals and socialists who were tired of the monarchy. In 1931, Spain's leader, Alfonso, called for elections throughout the country. There was unprecedented support for the republicans, therefore, Alfonso fled. Consequently, the republicans, also known as ... Read More
A Report on King Juan Carlos I of Spain (218 words, 1 pages)
Juan Carlos Report Juan Carlos I, the current king of Spain, was crowned on November 22, 1975. The crowning of Juan Carlos restored democracy to Spain after the dictatorship of Francisco Franco. Juan Carlos was born in 1938 in Rome. In 1947 Franco announced that Spain was a kingdom and ... Read More
The Many Reasons to Travel to Spain (804 words, 2 pages)
Spain is a very diverse country filled with endless tracts of sierra and long stretches of coast. Traveling is easy and the people are welcoming. Spain attracts more than fifty million foreigners a year with beautiful beaches, plentiful accommodations, and a great climate. The ideal months to visit are May, ... Read More
An Essay on Spain Under the Rule of Ferdinand and Isabella (1397 words, 2 pages)
A. Mariejol, Jean Hippolyte. The Spain of Ferdinand and Isabella. Rutgers University Press New Jersey, 1961. 337 pages. B.Until the 15th century, Spain was only a distant participant in the general movement of European affairs. The different kingdoms sharing the Spanish peninsula were individually too weak to pursue an energetic ... Read More
A Paper on Spain (1245 words, 2 pages)
The country of Spain lies on the continent of Europe. It is located forty degrees north and four degrees west. The capital of Spain, Madrid, is located in the central region known as the Centro-Meseta. The country of Spain is made up of four regions El norte, El este, El ... Read More
A History of the Basque People in Spain and France (1162 words, 2 pages)
The Basque people can be found throughout the world with one of the major areas that of the Spain and Southern France. The focus of this paper will be on the Basque people of North Western Spain and South Western France. This area is known as Pa Vasco in Spanish ... Read More
The Reasons of the Introduction of the Spanish Inquisition in Spain in 15th Century (1213 words, 2 pages)
Why Was the Inquisition Introduced in Spain in the 15th Century? The 15th Century was a very hard time for the Jewish people of Spain. The Jews were kicked out from the entire Iberian peninsula in the span of only one century. The Jews were first expelled from Spain in ... Read More
A Look at Fascism in Germany, Spain and Italy (1065 words, 2 pages)
Fascism in ever one of the three main countries, German, Spain, and Italy were slightly different in there own ways, but each Country ressembeld each other fairly similarly. The Major difference that sets Germany apart from Italy and Spain was Germanys much stronger sense of totalitarianism. Fascism took on the ... Read More
The Role of the United States in Cuban War for Independence from Spain (435 words, 1 pages)
The makeup of Cuba in the late nineteenth century is much the same as it is today. Nearly 66 of the population are white and of Spanish descent. About 22 are of mixed racial heritage, and 12 of the populace is black. Cuba lies to the south of the United ... Read More
An Analysis of the History and Significant of Bullfighting as a National Sport in Spain (474 words, 1 pages)
The excitement is spreading throughout the stadium as another bullfight is about to commense in Madrid, the capital of Spain. The matador, or bullfighter is ready for the toro, or bull to begin his run. He stares at the plaza de toros, or bull ring. This is what you hear ... Read More
A History of Christain Injustice and Slaughter of the Native People of New Spain in the United States (449 words, 1 pages)
In the late fifteenth century, 1492, the Americas were discovered. What was to be a year later, the first "so-called" Christians settled on a plentiful island called Hispaniola. The Spaniards, as they were called, then systematically proceeded to slaughter the native people of "New Spain" and also devastate and depopulate ... Read More
How the Institutional Legacy of the Franco Regime Shaped Spain's Transition to Democracy (2673 words, 4 pages)
In what ways did the institutional legacy of the Franco regime shape Spain's transition to democracy? In less than two decades Spain has rushed from dictatorship to democracy and from virtual world isolation to membership in the European Union. The actual transition (1973-1982) took place from the assasination of Carrero ... Read More
A Biography of the Life and Times of El Cid in the Eleventh Century Spain (364 words, 2 pages)
El Cid was a famous military leader in eleventh century Spain. He was originally named Rodrigo Daz de Vivar and was given his nickname, El Cid (The Lord), by the Moors. He was born about 1043 at Vivar near Burgos, Spain. He was the son of a minor Castilian nobleman ... Read More
An Analysis of Interesting Facts about Galicia in Northwestern Part of Spain (1429 words, 2 pages)
Galicia Galicia is located in the green northwestern part of Spain. If it was not for Santiago de Compestela, Galicia may not have been known as well as it is. As it is some os Galicia's provinces are not even known to tourists, and probably will never be. Unlike the ... Read More
A Brief Summary of Spain and an Introduction to the Main Cities That You Have to Visit (346 words, 1 pages)
Spain is a magical and wonderful place. It has many things to see and visit. The main cities of Spain are Sevilla, Segovia, Toledo, and Madrid. They also contain much history of medieval Spain and its cultures. For many, Andalucia means just one thing Sevilla. The city will charm you ... Read More
A Brief History of Spain a Country in Europe (400 words, 1 pages)
Spain Brief History Spain was originally part of what was known as the Iberian Peninsula. It has been populated since prehistoric times. There has been evidence of human habitation in northern Spain for 800,000 years. In about 1100 BC the Phoenician civilization, who are from present-day Lebanon, set-up trading colonies ... Read More
The Process of England's and Spain's Colonization of the New World (1172 words, 2 pages)
The Success of England and Spain in the Colonization of the New World The success in the colonization of the New World (America) depended of many factors such as the treatment of the natives, the Church, methods of government, the support of the colonists, the role of religion, and also ... Read More
Personal Opinion on Isabella and Ferdinand's Rule in 15th Century Spain (570 words, 1 pages)
Someone who makes a good ruler has to make right choices for the people and the country (or state), should be able to protect their people from invaders and should be capable of keeping if not increasing the country's wealth. This means making sure that the military forces are well ... Read More
A Cultural, Geographical and Political Comparison of Spain and Austria (2323 words, 3 pages)
I have traveled to both Spain, and Austria. While both are unmistakably different in both culture, and government, they are not so unalike that we couldnt compare the two. Spain is very culturally rich in its diverse cities, the olive growing provinces, and the wine growing communities. A road trip ... Read More
Spain and the History of the Trade of Silver (529 words, 1 pages)
As trade intensified leading into the 16th and 17th centuries, in the individual regions of the globe, the trade of silver greatly ascended and became the first product (along with gold) to be traded across all oceans and into all continents and communities. It's production and trade comprised to develop ... Read More
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