Spain is a country of the Kingdom who has experienced a turbulent and interesting history. The natural state of mountainous and dry, making it a high-risk country. Travel history are influenced by many cultures and countries. The roots of the culture of Spain comes from a fusion of Latin, Visigothic culture Europe, Catholicism, Islam, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean environment. This makes Spain as a nation with a high cultural diversity.
The high cultural diversity can be seen from some of the popular culture of Spain such as dance flamenco, Buffalo fighting, bull-run, and a lot of the tomatina got influences from various cultural backgrounds. Red thread of cultural diversity this is a love of challenges, elements of ‘ madness ‘, the chaotic atmosphere imbued contradictory.
Culture and traditions of the Country Spain
One example of the culture of Spain who gained so much influence is Flamenco dance. Now this Flamenco dance is regarded as one form of culture of Spain in General. However, in fact the Flamenco dance is one of the traditional dances of the Association come from Andalusia, which is located in the southern region. The roots of Flamenco dance originated from the House of culture of the Andalusian Gypsy and Persian Islamic culture.
Buffalo fighting (corrida de toros)
Because of its high diversity, sometimes tinged with Spain‘s cultural contradictions. For example, Buffalo fighting, or Corrida de toros for the people of Spain, is the show also sports an interesting and full of contradictions. Visually, the look of matador in costume sparkling all-round and smooth, the body always slim and sportsmanship, as contrasted with the look of the bull that dark, solid, and very malignant.
LaTomatina is a food war in Bunol town festival in the region of Valencia are held once a year on a Wednesday in late August. Hundreds of people come from all over the world come to participate in timpuk–timpukan use the tomatoes that are already too ripe. La Tomatina is a part of the festival for a week filled with musical performances, parades, dances, and fireworks shows.
Buffalo‘s run with a bull (el encierro)
In addition there is Buffalo fighting one of those extreme sports again in Spain which has existed from ancient times i.e. Buffalo‘s run with the bulls or in the language of Spain ‘ el encierro ‘ is a tradition of running in front of the bull-bull that had been released into a city street that has been blocked specifically for this event.
Language in Spanish
Spain language is a language of the Iberian-Roman, a fourth language and the most widely used in the world. The language of Spain is the first language for about 500 million people in the world, or for 600 million people if including non-native speakers (according to estimates in 1999). The majority of the speakers of the language of Spain mostly in Latin America.
The official language is Spanish, also called Castilian, and is the first language of over 72% of the population. Galician is spoken in the region of Galicia and Basque by increasing numbers of the population of Euskadi, the Spanish Basque Country. Catalan is spoken in Catalonia and the Balearic Islands, and the closely-related Valencian in the Valencia region. All these languages have official regional status. Other minority languages including Aragonese and Asturian are not officially recognised.