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Matus in Spain by Blue-Aqua-san95 Matus in Spain by Blue-Aqua-san95
Buenos dias !
As you might have noticed I am a bit trouble. ^^; So I'll go quickly through the facts I have found !!! UUUaaaarrrrrgggghhhh !!!!

1) Spain forms part of the Iberian peninsula and has an area of 504,750 sq/km.

2) It's famous it's bull fights and Flamenco.

3) Flamenco is a genre of music and dance which has its foundation in Andalusian music and dance and in whose evolution Andalusian Gypsies played an important part. Nowadays several dance classes may teach you this particular dance.

4) Bull fighting has been part of the Spain Culture from the very beginning. During those times Bulls were worshipped and dances were performed with Bulls which later on turned into Bull fighting. Nowadays Bull fighting is nearly banned from all Spainish provinces due to Animal Creulty and the potential danger !

5) Another Bull tradition is that once a year to let the Bulls run free through the capital of Madrid.

6) La Tomatina is another curious tradition in Buņol (A region in Spain). It is a festival in which participants throw tomatoes at each other. It is held the last Wednesday in August, during the week of festivities of Buņol. Mind you don't slip !

:star: Before I go. If there's a country you guys want me to visit just leave a comment. Or if you know certain facts about the country I will be featuring next week. I am sure I'll add it. :star:

I hope I will live till next Tuesday ! Great Britian will be next. Adios !!!
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Matus'Travels

1) France [link]
2) Italy [link]
3) Spain :star:
4) England [link]
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~Some info are from a Encylopedia. ~
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