Spain Mack Owens




46.6 million

Madrid And Barcelona Are spain's BIGGEST CITIES.
Spain borders the Mediterranean sea and Atlantic ocean. Spain's neighboring countries are France and Portugal. 
The red and yellow flag we know today, often referred to in Spanish as the rojigualda, was originally designed after the flag of the Spanish merchant and war marines during the reign of Carlos III (1785). The first flag to represent all of Spain was the Cross of Burgundy, which was used until 1793 and which continued to be used as an ensign of the Spanish Empire until 1898.
Spain is the world's largest producer of olive oil and Europe's largest producer of lemons, oranges, and strawberries
With 50 wine regions dispersed throughout the country, Spain is actually the third largest wine-producer in the world.

Interesting facts

Despite being one of the largest and most powerful countries in the world, Spain did not officially participate in either the First or the Second World War.
There is a Spanish New Year custom called Twelve Grapes.


Created with images by The Pumpkin Theory - "Up from the highest tower" • Jackie.lck - "Barcelona at night." • nathanh100 - "Map of Spain and Portugal" • stevepb - "olive oil salad dressing cooking" • Dusty J - "Homebrew Wine" • Hans - "grapes wine plant"

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