Friday, July 21, 2017
This is entry #4 of the C.A.N. World Factbook, returning after a near-three year hiatus during which thankfully nothing really changed in the world (wait, who became the U.S. President?!). Today, we are looking at a European country that pretty much been on a downslide since 1659: Spain. Nevertheless, its culture, language, and cuisine continues to have a large impact on other nations all over the world, even if a good chunk of Spain itself wants nothing to do with it. As they say: the pain of Spain causes quite the brain drain!
C.A.N. World Factbook: Spain
Composed by Sima Dave circa Friday, July 21, 2017 No comments:
Labels: Basque Country, Catalonia, Francisco Franco, Isabella and Ferdinand, Spain, Spanish colonialism, Spanish Inquisition, Western Europe, World Factbook
Setting: Madrid, Spain
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