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A typical menu includes onion and almond soup baked fish (cod or porgy); roasted meat (such as turkey); and red cabbage and apples (or another vegetable dish). Dessert may include flan and a variety of fruits, cheeses, and sweets—especially turrón (almond and honey candies) and mazapanes (or marzipan, a glazed concoction of almonds and sugar) which are sometimes shaped like coiled snakes .

Jan 1st Año Nuevo (New Year's Day) Jan 6th Dia de los tres Reyes (12th night, when Christmas presents are given) Mar 19th San Jose (Father's Day) Variable Viernes Santo (Good Friday) Variable Dia de Pascua (Easter Sunday) May 1st Dia del Trabajo (Labour Day) Jun 24th San Juan (St.John's Day) Variable (mid June) Corpus Christi Jun 29th San Pedro y San Pablo (St.Peter & St.Paul) Jul 25th Santiago (St.James, patron saint of Spain) Aug 15th Asuncion (Assumption) Oct 12th Dia de la Hispanidad (Columbus Day) Nov 1st Todos los Santos (All Saints Day) Dec 6th Dia de la Constitucion (Constitution Day) Dec 8th Immaculada Concepcion (Immaculate Conception) Dec 25th Navidad (Christmas Day)

Religion: Over 98% of people are Roman Catholic, the rest being made up of a few Protestants, Muslims and Jews. There are also around 500,000 gypsies living mainly in the larger cities.

Language: Castilian Spanish is the national language visitors have learned their Spanish abroad find regional accents difficult especially in rural Andalucia. Other important language groups include Gallego,Basque Country and different forms of Catalan . Valencia and the Balearic Islands.

Spain is a part of europe where there are a ton of places to visit there and if you go well you will be speechless of all the amazing things you will see there with all the fun exciting amusement parks and the cuisine there.



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