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  • Evangelism In Spain

    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, “Spain, originally inhabited by Celts, Iberians, and Basques, became a part of the Roman Empire in 206 B.C” (paragraph 1). states “Some Basques, especially in Spain, are strongly, even violently, nationalist” (paragraph 37). Basques typically spoke a language that was not only non-Romance…

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  • Muslim Invasion Of Spain

    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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  • Social Media In Spain

    report, we are exploring Hispanic nation in Spain, their business culture and how social media impacts their business. Spain is a diverse country with 47,737,941 population, and have two autonomous cities, Ceuta and Melilla. Also, there are seventeen independent communities which include the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands. The capital of Spain is Madrid and the official language of Spain is Castilian. Spain is in the Central European time zone and follows CET (UTC+1) during the winter…

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  • Roman Influence On Spain

    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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  • Muslim Moors In Spain

    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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  • The Alhambra Vases In Spain

    History (where, who, when) The Alhambra vases are a group of large ceramics vases painted in luster. They were produced in southern Spain in the fourteenth century. Only ten complete vases exist today. Each of these vases are named after its provenance or some distinguishing characteristics, these names are not universally accepted. These works of art were produced in the Nasrid dynasty, the last of the Muslim rulers in Spain, who reigned from 1232 to 1492. They were called the Alhambra vases…

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  • Research Paper On Spain

    Did you know that Spain is the third largest country in Europe? When viewed on a map of Europe, you can see Spain prominently sticking out on the Iberian Peninsula of Europe Spain is a beautiful country with a diverse and unique culture, recognized widely throughout the world. I chose this country because of the deep appreciation I hold for the culture and values upheld by the Spanish people, some of which everybody could stand to incorporate into their daily lives. So here is what you need to…

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  • Gypsies: Bullfighting In Spain

    The first Gypsies arrived in Spain as early as early fifteenth century. They were soon after met with prejudice by a great number of Spainards who wished for an “ethnically homogenous” state. Over the following three centuries, there were known efforts to expel them from Spain. Soon, the situation began to change around the turn of the ninteenth century, when the liberal Constitution of Cadiz recognized them for the first time as Spanish citizens. Since this point, flashing ahead to more present…

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  • Franco Francisco Franco And Spain

    Throughout the Second World War, Spain was a non-aggressive state that was not engaged in any type of warfare. When WWII was about to begin and countries were starting to pick alliances, Spain was just recovering from a three yearlong civil war. By that time Spain was inflicted with poverty, the people were starving, and the Spaniards had their share of war. Keeping in mind all the pressure that was put on Spain to join the war, Franco was smart enough to play the system and benefit from…

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  • Kingdom Of Spain Research Paper

    With the death the Dictator General Franco of Spain in 1975; Spain began taking the first step towards democracy. In 1993, Spain became a member of the EU, benefitting greatly from the freedom movement of services, people, money, and goods inside of the European Union. Spain also benefited from allowment of movement between countries, allowing the service economy in Southern Spain to flourish. Unfortunately, recent events threaten the short lived prosperity of all members of the union. With…

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