Spain - patrickkw45

by: Patrick White
• is a country and member state of the
European Union located in southwestern
Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Its
mainland is bordered to the south and east
by the Mediterranean Sea except for a
small land boundary with the British
Overseas Territory of Gibraltar; to the
north by France, Andorra, and the Bay of
Biscay; and to the northwest and west by
the Atlantic Ocean and Portugal.
• Polls from 2000 show that he is widely
approved of by Spaniards.7 According to
the Spanish Constitution, the monarch is
also instrumental in promoting IberiaAmerican relations, the "nations of its
historical community".56 In this capacity,
the King of Spain serves as the president
of the Iberia-American States Organization,
representing over 700,000,000 people in 24
member nations worldwide. In 2008 he was
considered the most popular leader in all
• Spain has 47,150,819 inhabitants according to
1/1/2010 municipal records (Padrón Municipal).1 Its
population density, at 91.4/km² (229/sq. mile), is
lower than that of most Western European
countries. With the exception of the capital,
Madrid, the most densely populated areas lie
around the coast.
• The population of Spain doubled during the
twentieth century, but the pattern of growth was
extremely uneven due to large-scale internal
migration from the rural interior to the industrial
cities, a phenomenon which happened later than in
other Western European countries.
Name of People
• The term Spanish people (or Spaniards) has two
distinct meanings: Traditionally, it applies to people
native to any part of Spain. More recently, it has
also come to have a legal meaning, referring to
people who hold Spanish citizenship.
• Within Spain there are a number of nationalisms
and regionalisms, reflecting the country's complex
history. The official language of Spain is Spanish
(also known as Castilian), a standard language
based on the mediaeval dialect of the Castilians of
north-central Spain. There are several commonly
spoken regional languages. With the exception of
Basque, the languages native to Spain are
Romance languages.
Swagger of the Spanish
• Zara -is a Spanish clothing and
accessories retailer based in Aretino,
Galicia, and founded in 1975 by Amancio
Ortega and Rosalía Mera. It is the flagship
chain store of the Inditex group; the
fashion group also owns brands such as
Massimo Dutti, Pull and Bear, Oysho,
Uterqüe, Stradivarius and Bershka.
• It is claimed that Zara needs just two
weeks1 to develop a new product and get
it to stores, compared to the six-month
industry average, and launches around
10,000 new designs each year.
Race of people
• They are European
Religious beliefs
• Roman Catholicism is the largest
denomination of Christianity present
in Spain by far. According to a
October 2011 study by the Spanish
Center of Sociological Research
about 70.1% of Spaniards selfidentify as Catholics, 2.7% other
faith, and about 25% identify with no
Project question
Spanish or Spaniards
Zara (Spanish: ) is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer
based in Arteixo, Galicia, and founded in 1975 by Amancio
Ortega and Rosalía Mera.
Spain is a democracy
• The U.S. Main language is English. We have 50 states and
are more diverse within culture, religion, and people.
Hola, and give a little kiss on the cheek.