ASSUMPTION DAY: WHY SOME ARE RED LETTER DAYS IN THE SPANISH CALENDAR BUT SOME ARE NOT

ASSUMPTION DAY: WHY SOME ARE RED LETTER DAYS IN THE SPANISH CALENDAR BUT SOME ARE NOT »

14 Aug, 2019
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The 15th of August is a public holiday in Spain, being the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The Constitution says there is no State religion but the Spanish nation is founded on Catholicism. No Constituion could shake that off so easily.

A LACKLUSTRE FIESTA NACIONAL IS JUST RIGHT!

A LACKLUSTRE FIESTA NACIONAL IS JUST RIGHT! »

14 Oct, 2018
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It may lack sparkle but the Doce de Octubre marks the game-changing moment in the history of the world, no less!

SPAIN TODAY: Palma Proclaimed Best Place; the Virgin Wins Hands Down; Sparkling Spanish Tourism

SPAIN TODAY: Palma Proclaimed Best Place; the Virgin Wins Hands Down; Sparkling Spanish Tourism »

25 Apr, 2015
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Choice news!

JEWS TO REGAIN SPANISH CITIZENSHIP AFTER THEIR EXPULSION FROM SPAIN 500 YEARS AGO

JEWS TO REGAIN SPANISH CITIZENSHIP AFTER THEIR EXPULSION FROM SPAIN 500 YEARS AGO »

26 Jun, 2014
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In 1492 the Sephardic Jews were expelled from Spain for allegedly subverting the Catholic faith. To right this “great historical error” Spain plans to grant instant citizenship to Sephardic descendants.