Include a detailed map of Spain

A good detailed map of Spain is one that gives you a quick visual image that creates an image and directing you to exactly where Spain. In addition, maps can provide much more information if you study their legends and understand how the area that you see for the rest of the region and its place in the world.

When the Globe is Spain?

Spain is located 40 degrees north latitude and 4 degrees west. This is a part of Europe and is the southwestern part of the continent. To compare the United States, only Spain is just over twice the size of Oregon. This is the total area is 504,782 km square, with this being broken down as 499,542 km square of land and 5.240 km ² of water.

Spain has a few strings of islands and two autonomous cities: Ceuta and Melilla. The islands are the Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Penon de Alhucemas, Islas Chafarinas, and Penon de Velez de la Gomera, located off the coast of Morocco.

Spain borders on France, Gibraltar, Portugal, and two communities in different areas of Morocco. Even with all these land connections, Spain has nearly 5,000 km of coastline and beaches are a big part of the country's tourist trade.

Also add to the tourist attraction of Spain is the climate. The coast is more moderate than inland areas can get more extreme cold and hot in summer and winter.

Spain is located right at sea level in its lowest point along the Atlantic Ocean. The highest point is located in Tenerife, in the Pico de Teide. This peak is at the top of the Canary Islands and reaches 3,718 meters.

Main cities and regions of Spain

At the southern tip of Spain is the Gibraltar Strait. This is an important passage from the Mediterranean in the North Atlantic Ocean. The city of Algeciras standby seat on the craft business and tourist passing through.

Along the Mediterranean coast is the region of Alicante. It is a popular tourist spot for all of Europe, Spain and international visitors from other parts of the world.

Madrid is located in central Spain and the country's capital. It is located near the river Tagus which then accesses the North Atlantic Ocean through Portugal. Seville is located in the south-west Spain and is known for its art and culture while being a financial center.

Other important cities in Spain and Barcelona and Cartagena are both in the Balearic Islands and the Mediterranean Sea, respectively.

In the Gulf of Biscay along the coast are the cities of Gijon and Santander. Also part of the northern coastal towns are La Coruna and Vigo. It is easy to see why Spain is heavily involved in the life of the sea or by harvesting salt fishing or trade. However, even strategic location did not help Spain with its relatively high unemployment rate.

Spain still has a strong and dynamic economy. This is mainly evolved after the death of its dictator, Francisco Franco, died in 1975. Once that Franco was not in power, Spain has rapidly become a democracy and saw a dramatic modernization of its economy.

Spain is a freedom fighter in the world, remaining neutral in World Wars I and II, but now fights for freedom and end terrorism.

Spain can not be one of the most visited European countries by the Americans, unless you count the Canary Islands. It is a mistake to exclude this beautiful country because of a lack of understanding. The Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca are among the places of the most perfect holiday throughout Europe, at any time of year.


George Fernandas said...

This is mainly evolved after the death of its dictator, Francisco Franco, died in 1975.

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