Culture of Spain

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Paz Vega is a Spanish actress and model who became known thanks to her role as Laura in the famous series 'Siete Vidas'.

Paz Vega

When it comes to the capability of bringing the glamour onto the red carpet, Spanish actress Penélope Cruz Sánchez is the one.

Penélope Cruz Sánchez

This Colombian export was born on July 10, 1972, in Barranquilla, Colombia. «La Toti», as her family referred to her, was extremely close to her family, which consisted of five brothers and sisters and many cousins. 

Sofia Vergara

In Russia Federico Garcia Lorca is loved by all. The number of translations there, the many studies published about his life show us their popularity. It is reputed to be the most «our» all foreign poets. Why such fame? There are many reasons for this.

Federico Garcia Lorca

Full name led Felipe Jacinto Dali Domenech. He was born in Figueras, Spain, on May 11, 1904. His father, a notary in good economic position, Salvador sustained studies in Barcelona and Madrid. In the latter city, between 1921 and 1926, he attended the National School of Fine Arts.

Salvador Dali

Spanish painter regarded as the best in history, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez was born in the city of Seville on June 6, 1599. He received his first artistic education of Francisco Herrera the Elder.

Diego de Silva y Velazquez

Its full title is «The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote». Spanish is the work that most times you edited. It has been translated into all languages of the world learned. In 1605, when the first part was published, he had six editions.

The Qiujote

Sure you know. He is the author of «Don Quixote,» but not only wrote a book of stories, his own life was an adventure. Born in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) in 1547. His father was a surgeon. He lived in several Spanish cities. 

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

The Prado Museum is undoubtedly the most famous Spanish museum. It contains paintings, sculpture, like decorative art collections (including the famous dolphin Treasury dinnerware). Today the Prado Museum has a unique collection of Spanish painting.

The Prado Museum

The tango is a dance that Argentina went crazy people throughout its history, from Carlos Gardel to Astor Piazzola. It brings together elements from many cultures, like Argentina brings people of many nations. At the same time is typically porteño.

History of Tango
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