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-Capital of Spain
-Second city more populated of the European Union
-Very influential cultural point conformed by multiple well-known museums internationally such as Prado Museum, Queen Sofia Museum of Art and the Thyssen-Bornemisza
-Very popular for his football team (Real Madrid)
-Second city more populated of Spain
-Specially well-known for its football team as well
-Scene of numerously international events such as the Olimpic Games or Universal Exhibitions.
-A place surrounded by cultural landmarks considered World Heritage by the United Nations as "Güell Park" or the "Sagrada Family"
-Moreover, a perfect communicated spot with ship ports, airports and railway lines.
-Headquarters of the United Nations Secretariat for 10 years
-Host of some International exhibitions such as "Expo Zaragoza" to contribute with the sustainable development .
-Its privileged geographical location makes it a crucial logistics and communications hub
-It owns a vary of buildings full of history such as "the Aljaferia Palace" and "the Seo"
-Known for being entitled for its loyalty based on its history
-This city it is known as "the city of arts and sciences" due to its numerously historical monuments such as "The Sillk Market" considered World Heritage by UNESCO since 1996
-Origin of one of the most traditional food in Spain called "paella"
-Famous too for its Festival "Fallas" commemorating Saint Jose
-It has the biggest aquarium in Europe, "the Oceanographic"
-One of the cultural centres of history in Spain as a New World of exploration and the capital when the Muslims owned the country.
-The second most read novel in the world after the Bible was conceived here, "Don Quijote"
-A city surrounded by Muslim heritage such as builings like "the Gold Tower" built for defending the city. We can see "the Giralda" too, a bell tower built by the christians.
-Its most famous celebration is "the Sevilla´s Fair" in spring where people dresses colourful and like to dance "sevillanas"
-It is translated as "The Way of Saint James" and it consists on a pilgrim journey of 963 km of leght to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in the region of Galicia.
-Considered an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993
-In 2019 more than 89000 of people from all over the world did this journey
-The people tend to do it on foot and it is a exxperience of cultural exchanges
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