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Visas, Entry Rules, and Customs Regulations in Canary Islands, Spain

Visas, Entry Rules, and Customs Regulations in Canary Islands, Spain

According to LAWFAQS.NET, the Canary Islands are Spanish territory, and a visa is issued at the Spanish Embassy. Spain is part of the Schengen area. When departing from Spain, they often do not put a mark in the passport about leaving the country, so you should always save the air tickets that will be required when applying for an entry visa to the country of the Schengen agreement next time. To apply for a tourist visa, the following documents are…

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Spain Contemporary Literature

Spain Contemporary Literature

According to ejiaxing, the ideological movement that prepares the new literature by placing the national problem in greater concreteness is characterized by the work of Miguel de Unamuno. In his Ensayos, which are mostly ideas for occasional readings and where the coherence of a constructive thought leaves too much to be desired, he reveals himself as a restless spirit, in perennial analysis of himself and in constant opposition with himself and with his people. Easy to yield to the suggestion…

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Spain Cinema in the 2000’s

Spain Cinema in the 2000’s

The cinematographic panorama in Spain in the 2000s confirmed the visionary vein, sometimes baroque, typical of this cinema, which went into the fantastic-grotesque excesses of the horror genre with the films of Álex de la Iglesia (Balada triste de trompeta, 2010, Ballad of hate and love, set in a circus during the Spanish Civil War, and Las brujas de Zugarramurdi, 2013, The witches are back, populated by strange witches), or with those of Jaume Balagueró (Darkness, 2002, and the Rec, 2007-14). The leading exponent of…

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Things to Do and See in Barcelona

Things to Do and See in Barcelona

Barcelona is one of Europe’s most visited cities. The combination of beach, shopping, art and history has for a long time made the city irresistible to tourists. Whether it is sun and swimming you are looking for or if you want to visit some of the city’s many beautiful buildings and art museums, there is something for you. Art and architecture Barcelona is famous for its stunning buildings and beautiful architecture. The city boasts several buildings by the famous architect…

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Spain Guide

Spain Guide

Spain – country information Country name Spain Official name The Kingdom of Spain Capital Madrid Continent Europe Area 505,992 km2 Population 46,609,700 (2013) Foundation of a state 2/1/1492 The highest mountains Pico de Teide 3718 m, Mulhacén 3482 m Longest rivers Ebro 928 km, Tajo 910 km (in the country 635 km) State system constitutional monarchy with a bicameral parliament The biggest cities Madrid (capital) 3,225,000, Barcelona 1,750,000, Valencia 775,000 Official language Spanish Ethnicity/National Composition Spaniards 72.5%, Catalans 16.3%, Galicians…

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