11 Mind-blowing Facts about Spain
It's a city of romance, fashion, vast monuments, snow-capped mountains, and stone castles. But, what are its most famous 11 facets; let's see.
If you have seen Joya Akhtar's movie Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, you're familiar with the La Tomatina festival of Spain. Holi of Spain, where people throw lacs of tomatoes at each other.
The national anthem of Spain is wordless. Yes, there is no word in Spain's national anthem, but, yes, music.
It might be a joke for you, but it's true. The builders of the InTempo skyscraper in Benidorm, Spain, forget to curate a working elevator. Yes, the building is deprived of an elevator, which is why it couldn't become the symbol of prosperity amid Spain's financial crisis.
Spain is a country of lovers, where you go for a romantic proposal date with your lover. But, this city is the second-highest divorce rate in the world.
Spain is the world's largest country to produce around 44% of the total olive oil in the world.
After France and America, Spain marked its indelible name as the third most famous tourist destination in the world.
In Spain, children carry two surnames, one from the father, and the second one from the mother.
Madrid, the capital of Spain, the most environmentally friendly place in the world. It is because this city sleeps all day and stays out all night.
If you want to capture the old lighthouse, you should visit Spain, where the first century, the tower of Hercules, is still breathing freely.
Spain is the second city after Switzerland famous for its mountains.
Every year Spain hosts the Bulls Festival and every year more than 1 million people come to see it so that people can take to the streets with Spanish bulls.
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