Spanish Things For Gallery Coloring
Different countries also have different cultures. When visiting another country, it’s a good idea to know what you can and can’t do in that country. The most basic and mandatory thing to do is find out about the area to be visited. As previously stated, Spain is made up of many different cultures. Spain’s enduring contribution to the world is the language, which was imported into America with the expansion of the Spanish Empire in the 16th century. Today, more than 400 million people speak Spanish in 22 countries, including 35 million people who speak Spanish in America.
Consisting of 17 regions with different uniqueness, Spain is not just an ordinary country. The people who live in this country are very different from one another and tend not to be equated. One of them is never to equate Catalans with Spaniards, guaranteed they will never talk to you again.
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Spanish Alphabet with Dazzling Effect
La Casa For House
Spain Culture: Siestas
Spain has many festivals, and one of the most famous is the Rungging of Bulls. The festival is held on St. Fermin in July in the northern city of Pamplona. More than one million people attended the festival. Ernest Hemingway’s novel, The Sun Also Rises, introduced the festival widely in America
Some areas in Spain have a routine called ‘siesas’ which is done every day. Siestas are periods of time after lunch (lasting two to three hours) during which all shops will close and people will rest. Whether it’s to go home, sleep, or just drink coffee with friends.
Apart from a few places that are specifically for tourists, it will not be easy to find a shop that is open. This of course will make tourists confused what to do during that time period. In addition, traveling time will also be limited and ineffective. If you don’t know what to do, it’s better to join in on the siestas before continuing your journey later.
Comic and Conversation in Spain
Map Of Spain Madrid
Spanish Santa Claus Alphabet
Lemon, Banana, Star, and Sun in Spain
Sombrero On The Spain
Bee, Bicycle, House, and Dinosaurs in Spain
Facts about Spanish
Despite being on the European continent, not many Spaniards are fluent in English. Maybe in big tourist cities like Barcelona and Madrid tourists can still find a lot of people who speak English, but if you are already in a small town (not the main city) it will be more difficult to find people who can speak English. However, this does not mean that communication cannot be established at all. Local people will try to help if tourists need something even with stuttering sentences.
Eating time in Spain is much longer than in other countries. Starting the day with a light breakfast (or just coffee), the biggest meal is at lunch. After lunch between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., they will eat snacks after that. Before finally having dinner at 21.00 more. So don’t expect to find a restaurant that opens at 18.00. In addition to restaurants for tourists, other restaurants will only open their shops at 20.00.
Halloween in Spain
Crab, Strawberry, Apple, and Lechi in Spain
Color in Rainbow
Sea Animals in Spain
We hope you enjoy yourself with us. That’s a collection of Spain things that you can download for free. You as parents can use the pictures above for coloring activities