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Constitution Day in Spain - December 6
Spain's Constitution Day is the day Spain celebrates its becoming a democracy and the enactment of its constitution, on December 6, 1978, after the years of King Franco's dictatorship.
Spain is a country in southwestern Europe located on the Iberian Peninsula and borders Portugal, France, Gibraltar and Andorra.
The official language of Spain is Spanish and its capital is Madrid.
In honor of the Constitution Day celebrated in Spain, get some amazing facts about this country that you probably did not know:
Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe and the European Union.
The official name of Spain is "Kingdom of Spain".
Defamation of the royal family in Spain can lead to a sentence of up to two years in prison.
In 2013, Spain was in third place in the list of the most visited countries in the world.
There are no words in Spain's national anthem.
The youngest king ever was Alfonso XIII of Spain, who became king from the day he was born.
In 1492, the Catholic kings of Spain issued an order to expel all Jews from Spain. The Muslim Sultan of Izid sent the Ottoman navy to Spain to save the Jews from the persecution of the Spaniards.
Only 72% of Spaniards speak Spanish. The rest speak Catalan, Galician, Basque and other languages.
The first modern man arrived in Iberia (now Spain) about 35,000 years ago on foot from the north.
The Tomatina is an annual festival held in Spain where people throw thousands of tomatoes at each other.
The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for Barcelona, Spain, but the project was rejected.
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