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    In this discussion, I will show what I discovered a bout Spain and how it is similar and different from the United States of America. Spain is a country in southwest Europe. It is the third counter of Europe in extension and the fifth in population. Also, it has many islands in the Mediterranean Sea and in the Atlantic Ocean. Spain has two territories in northern Africa. The United States of America is located in North America. It has many islands in the Pacific Ocean and in the Atlantic Ocean. Also, the United States of America has a territory in the Pacific Ocean. Every country in the world has a history. Spain has a long history, but the many events in Spain’s history were Spain became part of the roman emperor, then it became Al-andulus,…

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    Evangelism In Spain

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    Madrid Spain is the capitol city of Spain. The country of Spain has an interesting past, but a great economic future. In that Madrid sat in the middle of all the excitement, with all of its history. It had a rip for several hundreds of years that damage Spain’s culture, but also made the history unique. It has a wide variety of religion. With all the beautiful churches or cathedrals, evangelism is something new to Madrid Spain. The history of Madrid Spain is rich in diversity. According to…

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    In comparison to the rest of Europe, Spain’s Renaissance is quite extraordinary. This is because Spain was not a unified nation until the late fifteenth-century. Historians attribute many factors to the unification of Spain including, “the conquest of Granada, the expulsion of the Jews, and the publication of the first grammar of the Castilian language [; which] all occurred in 1492.” Due to its late unification, Spain was not immediately influenced by ideas popular during the Italian…

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    Gender Roles In Spain

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    Spain has a certain socialization structure, and it can be classified into certain classes, such as: the care of infants, the upbringing and education of a child and higher education. Infants and toddlers are generally treated with love, when they do get punished; their punishment is usually ended with affection. Parents teach their children to behave in public by threatening to punish their child in public, but they don’t actually ever punish their children in public. Both the father and mother…

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    Muslim Moors In Spain

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    This topic strongly appealed to me because the time of Muslim rule by the Moors in Spain marks a unique moment in the middle ages whereby Muslims, Jews and Christians intermingled with some level of religious tolerance. It is also an important topic because the achievements the Moors brought to Spain and the rest of Europe are often ignored by academics. The purpose of this essay is to highlight the important achievements of the Islamic Moors in Muslim Spain. However I will restrict my analysis…

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    Spain Research Paper

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    A little background of Spain is both Spain and Portugal occupy the Iberian Peninsula. Spain occupies 85% of the Iberian Peninsula. Each group that first settled in Spain left a trademark behind. The periods start from the Iberians, the the Roman, Visigoths and the Moors. The Roman established themselves in the Peninsula roughly in 200 BC for over 600 years but they were not alone in the land there were tribes who were already there and the Romans fought the tribes which took them two…

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    Empirical Spain Analysis

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    An Analysis of the Rise and Fall of Empirical Spain The European continent as a whole boasts an impressive list of nations and cultures of times past and present that dominated the world. One nation in particular, Spain, held a fairly impressive empire worth noting from the Fifteenth century to roughly the late Seventeenth, early eighteenth century. What is important about each Empire that the world has seen is what allowed it to become an empire; what allowed the nation to prosper and expand,…

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    Spain Research Paper

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    The country Spain is unique place to go visit and a very interesting past. Spain started when it was formed in 1492 the middle ages by when the area was conquered by germanic ethnic groups. In the 15th century it was then merged as a unified country. The history of Spain starts when after the completion of the reconquista , kingdoms inside of Spain united due to the Habsburg rule. During the same time Empire tried to expand to new world over the ocean. From 1500 - 1650 Habsburg was the most…

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    Muslim Invasion Of Spain

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    The Muslim Invasion of Spain in 711 was a defining moment in Spanish history. It significantly impacted Spanish culture and its various counterparts. The various pieces that make up Spanish culture include Spain’s social structure, its political structure and its Christian heritage. All of these segments of Spanish Culture were distinctly affected by the Muslim Invasion of Spain in 711. While the initial effects of the Muslim invasion distilled into more indirect consequences later on, the most…

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    Roman Influence On Spain

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    Although remains lead scientists to believe that Spain has been inhabited for around 500,000 years (Kohen), the first people group known for sure to rule over the land of present day Spain was the Carthaginians (Casitor). The Romans first came to Spain during a war against Carthage, and the Romans at the time called Spain “Hispania”. As Rome conquered more land over the next couple of hundred years, the Romans gave the peninsula one government, one language, Latin, and one religion, which was…

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