About Spain

Population of Spain is over 47 million people. The main religion of Spain is Catholicism.
Official national language of Spain is Spanish (castellano)  and other popular minority languages are Catalan, Galician and Basque.
Spain is one of the world’s leading countries in the development and production of renewable energy.
Spain is also Europe’s main producer of wind energy
The health care system of Spain is considered one of the best in the world, in 7th position in the ranking elaborated by the World Health Organization.

Important cities of Spain

The vibrant capital city of Spain, with fantastic museums, amazing architecture, great food and nightlife.

Spain’s second city, full of modernist buildings and a vibrant cultural life, plus beaches and home to Gaudi masterpieces.

is the main Basque city . This city used to be an industrial town but construction of Guggenheim Museum had a major role changing the cultural features of this city.

The heart of flamenco with the beaches of the Costa del Sol

The Grand Mosque (‘Mezquita’) of Cordoba is one of the world’s finest buildings

Stunning city in the south, surrounded by snow capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada, home of La Alhambra.

Seville (Spanish: Sevilla)
A beautiful, verdant city, and home to the world’s third largest cathedral.

Paella was invented here, has a very nice beach.

Also called Saragossa. The fifth largest city of Spain that held the World Expo in 2008.

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Education in Spain

About 70% of Spain’s students attend public schools or universities. The rest  attend private schools or universities, many of which are operated by the Catholic Church.

Compulsory education in Spain begins with primary school or general basic education from ages 6 to 16. This sector of education is free in public schools .

Following graduation, students attend either a secondary school offering a general high school diploma or a school of professional study in all fields — law, sciences, humanities, and medicine — and the superior technical schools offer programs in engineering and architecture.