When it comes to land area, Spain comes in at number four in all of Europe. Its diverse landscape, which includes stone castles and modern cities as well as grasslands and snow-capped mountains, has made it a popular tourist destination.
A collection of images showcasing the wide range of landscapes and cultures that make up Spain.
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#1 Fighting The Heat: Spanish Artists Decorate The Shopping District In Malaga With A Colorful Crocheted Canopy
#2 Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) In Ronda, Spain Is One Of The Most Beautiful Places On Earth
These photographs, taken by both natives and visitors, capture the essence of what it is like to live in and explore this unique corner of the globe.
A lady in London who has been to 111 countries talked about Spain’s tasty food, lively culture, world-class cities, and long cultural history.
#3 Waterfall Clouds In Spain
#4 Setenil De Las Bodegas, A Town In Southern Spain, Known For Its Whitewashed Houses Built Into The Surrounding Cliffs
#5 Exploring The Hidden Beauty Of Andalucia, Spain
For me, the country’s unique qualities lie in its extensive past and varied cuisine.
The history of this country is truly unparalleled. Archaeologists have found ancient artifacts all over Spain that date back as far as 35,000 years.
In the 9th century BCE, the Celts came to Spain, which was then ruled by the Romans until the Visigoths came in the early 5th century CE.
#6 The Urinals At This Bar In Barcelona, Spain Are Interesting
#7 Vertical Garden In Madrid, Spain
Moors from North Africa took over most of the peninsula in the early eighth century and ruled it until the Christian kingdoms of Castile, Aragon, and Portugal slowly took it back in the late fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
According to me, what really sets this country apart is its extensive past and fantastic array of delicious foods.
#8 Built In The Year 112 By The Romans Without Any Kind Of Mortar Or Cement, This Is The 15 Km Long Still Working Aqueduct Of Segovia, Spain
#9 Selenite Cave Found In Spain
Due to the union of Ferdinand II (of Aragon) and Isabella I, Spain was once again united in 1479 (of Castile). In 1492, Spain took back the last Muslim kingdom, Granada, and started to spread its power into the Americas.
After becoming a republic in 1931, the country was devastated by a civil war from 1936 to 1939, which was won by the Nationalists commanded by Gen. Francisco Franco, who reigned as a dictator until his death in 1975. Juan Carlos I, his successor, became king and brought back the monarchy. In 1978, a new constitution set up a constitutional monarchy.
According to A Lady in London, there are several ways to see the country throughout the year.
#10 The Local Municipality In Cartagena, Spain Built A House For The Cats
#11 Melting Ice In The Sierra Nevada, Granada, Spain
“I adore going to locations like Sevilla in the spring during Semana Santa, a festival that takes place in the lead-up to Easter,” she remarked. “During the day, the streets are filled with processions, and at night, the city comes alive as people flock to the tapas bars.”
“The Basque country is fantastic in the summer, as cities like San Sebastian offer great beaches (not to mention the food!) while Madrid and Barcelona can get crowded in the summer season.”
#12 Underwater Museum In Lanzarote Playa Blanca, Spain
#13 Trams In Seville (Spain) Have Fast Charging Batteries, Therefore Not Needing Catenaries Along The Track. The Trams Charge For About 15 Seconds Every Stop
Spanish culture relies heavily on food. Arab, Roman, Jewish, and Mediterranean cuisines all come together to form a unique and delicious fusion.
Garlic, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, beans, and carefully chosen meats are the main ingredients in Spanish food.
Olive oil and wine of exceptional quality are produced in great quantity there.
#14 Castillo De Coca (Castle Of Coca) – Central Spain
Tapas are a type of small bite or appetizer popular in Spain. Cold cuts, cheeses, croquetas, calamares (squid), and other tiny preparations are common tapas ingredients.
According to a London lady, “Once in Spain, going around by rail can be a terrific method to get between big towns.” “It’s trickier from smaller cities, so double-check your plans and leave extra time.”
#15 The Size Of This Flag Flown On A Spanish Ship At The Battle Of Trafalgar (1805) Compared To The Size Of People Around It
#16 The Before And After In La Palma, Spain Where The “Cumbre Vieja” Volcano Erupted For 80+ Days In 2021
Galicia, for example, has fewer tourists than popular spots like the Costa del Sol, but it’s still worth going there if you want to see something different.
The Fluvià and Toronell rivers carved it out of the ash and rock of ancient lava flows from volcanic eruptions that occurred more than 100,000 years ago.