Here are some fun facts about Spain, if anyone's interested: http://confessedtravelholic.com/2012/03/69-fun-facts-about-spain.html
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Those are some interesting facts. I'd like to visit Spain. I'm about 25% Spaniard.
a lot of nonsense and wrong data... Copied and pasted from god knows where.
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It was on a travel blog, and I found it interesting... Yes, which are wrong? :)
In a way I get your point, @andarrara . Some of it is just bits and pieces along with random ideas. Then again, it IS a travel blog. They want to put the wacky information that attracts people from all ages. (:
In any case, these are FUN facts. ^_^
Please note: 51. On May 15th all the single women in Madrid visit the chapel called Ermita de San Isidro to wingspan their fingers with pins and put it in a vessel, in order to find a husband.
That is wrong! Only gangs of old spinters go for fun, not to find a husband… an old tradition almost forgotten except for nostalgic grannies.
And it is not on May 15 but on June 12 when they visit the chapel called Ermita de San Antonio de la Florida, not San Isidro. In catholic churches there is a baptismal font with blessed water at the entrance where people (men and women) stick lightly their fingers to cross themselves. It is not a vessel.
Obviously I cannot go through all of them with the same accuracy... I have neither the time nor the interest. bla, bla, bla from some reader's digest?
That's true. :/ Oh well, some things were rather interesting, though. In the fútbol column I think everything was true.
Also the celeb section was all true... and most of it was,... I found it interesting anyway XD