How many holidays does Spain have?

Each municipality is allowed to have a maximum of 14 public holidays per year. The government chooses 9 of these. At least 2 of these are chosen locally.

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What is the tradition of Spain?

it culture is roman cathlic and iberian culture

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What are recreational activities in Spain?

Some people like to run with the bulls in Pamplona each year (See the Wikipedia article provided as a related link below.) Others enjoy touring the historic castles and museums.

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Why does Spain celebrate Columbus Day?

This is because Columbus was Spanish explorer.

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How many tourists run in encierro running of the bulls?

I have found no limit to the number of people who run with the bulls, it's thousands. 15 people have been killed.

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What holiday does Spain celebrate?

The most celebrated holiday in Spain is Semana Santa, the last week of Lent.

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What are the major holidays of Spain?

Semana Santa (Holy Week) is the most important. Then there is Christmas, New Years, Three Kings Day and others.

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How is Good Friday celebrated in Spain?

Same as here if they are Christian.

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Is Halloween celebrated in Spain?

Spain does "THE DAY OF THE DEAD" where they celebrate peoples death

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What spanish holiday is in April?

Aragón observes Saint George's Day on April 23rd, Castilla y León observe Community Day on April 23rd, and Catalonia, the Basque Region, Valencia, Navarra and La Rioja have a public holiday on Easter Monday.

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What do they celebrate in Spain?

Birthdays, Christmas, New years, Weddings, Halloween

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What were Spain's traditional costumes?

Spain is a collection of many cultures. There is no single costume "Traditional" to all of the country. Check out the related link. It shows costumes from all over Spain commemorated on postage stamps. Select a community by clicking on the link.

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What church holidays are celebrated in Spain?

I'm guessing you mean religious holidays in this case. These are all of the one's I can think of( I think these are not specific to one area in spain): Immaculate conception - 8th of December. This is pretty self-explanatory: it's where we celebrate the immaculate conception (or inmaculada conce...

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In Spain what type of music do they dance to?

In Spain they do a dance called flamenco.

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When is the Running of the Bulls 2011?

The Running of the bulls take place on the same dates each year and never changes, dates are: 6 - 14 july Opening Ceremony: Noon, 6 July First Bulllrun: 8AM, 7 July Last Bullrun: 8AM, 14 July Closing Ceremony: Midnight 14 July

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What is the most important holiday in Spain?

Semana Santa (Holy Week) is observed by all all over Spain.

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What are some holidays celebrated in Spain?

Spanish Holidays I see i am the fist one to answer this question, there are a lot of holidays in Spain, even every village or region has it´s own holidays. Each village has a saint (padron) and on the name-day of this saint the village will celebrate. Some regions have different reasons for a "f...

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Is Cinco de Mayo celebrated in Spain?

I would think not. Cinco de Mayo celebrates the Mexican victory over France which happened decades after Mexico broke away from Spain.

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What do Spaniards do when the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve?

We eat grapes on every second from 10 to zero.

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Where does San Fermin take place?

The Feria de San Fermin takes place in Pamplona Spain from the 6th of July to the 14th of July each year.

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What languages are spoken in Tenerife Spain?

Spanish Tenerife is a Spanish island located in the Atlantic Ocean, near the African coast. They speak Spanish, then. Spanish is the main language with an accent like Spanish in Cuba or the Caribbean, but most tourist hotspots also have someone that speaks English and sometimes German. ...

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What foods are eaten in Spain at New Years?

what food does spain eat at new years

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What food is used in Spain on good Friday?

i don't know I'm a 6th grader doing a project on Spain. I haven't looked it up yet. so get off of your lazy behind, get off ask.com, and try to find info

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Why is Spain so popular as a holiday destination?

ot hasmany attractions and provides loads to do!

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Why is Spain popular?

Mainly due to it's sunny weather in the summer and it's attractive beaches. But it's food and culture are also large factors affecting it's popularity.

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When is Christmas in Spain?

Christmas is always celebrated on December 25th. The country doesn't matter.

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What holidays do Spain celebrate?

a holiday is christmas

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How long is the running of the bulls?

Untill the bulls stop running

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What is the running of the bulls?

The Running of the Bulls involves running among bulls let loose on a town's streets. The most notable event is during the Festival of San Fermín in Pamplona, Spain, from July 7 to July 14 each year. The original purpose of this event was the transport of the bulls from their corrals to the ring w...

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Where would be the best place to go in Spain that incorporates good weather culture nightlife and the possibility of going to the coast?

Barcelona or Seville. It depends on when you go. Barcelona is cooler so it is better in the summer months while Seville is scorching hot. If your only looking for nightlife, go to Ibiza. But you wont see much culture, its pretty touristy and hedonistic.

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When is Spain's Halloween?

Halloween is universally celebrated on October 31, if it is celebrated at all.

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What do people in Spain do after midnight mass on Christmas Eve?

They open presents. In some some places in Spain they eat a late dinner?

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What food is made for dia de los muertos?

The favorite plates of the deceased. Those are prepared and put over altars known as "ofrendas" (offerings), which also include Zempasuchil (Mexican marigold) flowers as well as photographs and other items of the deceased.

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Does Spain celebrate El dia de los muertos?

Yes, Spain does celebrate this day. It translates to "the day of the dead." It is commonly called 'All Souls Day' in English.

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How do the people in Spain celebrate Good Friday?

The Spanish call Good Friday "Viernes Santo". They celebrate the day with a procession in which they remove Jesus from the church and carry him through the streets on a Float carried by men. See the related link for a photo.

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What is the name of the traditional head dress worn by Spanish ladies?

It is called a Mantilla (pronounced "man-tee-a").

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Who are the celebrities in Spain?

The celebrities in Spain are the Cheetah Girls, of course. They originated from Spain this is their home country. They are a huge part of this countries history. Havnt you seen the movie "Cheeta girls 2"? It is the whole life line of these talented young girls.

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Is a holiday in tenerife expensive?

I would say eating out drinking etc. in tourist areas is on a par/ more expensive than U.K cities with poorer quality, a lot of the supermarkets/mini marts etc are very pricy, if you find one the locals use you can make a considerable saving, public transport is cheap, taxis are expensive. On a w...

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When do they have the big tomato fight in Spain?

In August,every year La Tomatina tomato fight in Buñol near Valencia happens every year on the last Wednesday in August though the partying starts earlier in the week. The highlight of the festival is the tomato fight which takes place between 11am and 1pm on that day.

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What holiday in Spain take place in Pamplona?

The Running of the Bulls is a tradition in Pamplona

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When does Spain celebrate its holiday?

The principal holidays in Spain are: 1st Janaury: Año Nuevo (New Year) 6th January: Día de Reyes (Three King's day) 1st May: Día del trabajo (Workers' day) 15th August: Inmaculada concpeción (Our Immaculate Lady) 12th October: Día de la Hispanidad (spanishness day) 8th December: Día de la contitu...

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Do Spain people celebrate Halloween?

Spain people do celebrate Halloween.

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What holidays are celebrated in Spain?

A holidays in Spain that are celebrated is Easter My uncle lives there so he told me and they had a festival !

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What kind of traditional costume do Spanish people wear?

Go to google and click on images. Then search "traditional spanish clothing" Or see the following Wikipedia page for text information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Spanish_clothing

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Are there any Spanish holidays in Spanish speaking countries?

National holidays are unique to a nation so Spanish National holidays would not be celebrated in other countries. Spain has a strong Roman Catholic history and celebrates many Roman Catholic holidays. Roman Catholic holidays are celebrated according to the ecclesiastical calender of the Church of...

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What are some spain traditions?

Spain has a tradition of the famous event, 'Running with the Bulls'. Spain also celebrates Carnival and Flamenco. 'Las Fallas de San Jose' is a big party that happens in the month of March.

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When does Feria de Malaga take place?

The fair begins on August 15 and runs for 10 days and 10 nights.

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How many days do they celebrate in Spain?

one day every month so it makes 12 days

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What holidays does Spain celebrate?

The holidays that Spain celebrates are: New Years; Epiphany); Labor Day (May 1), Assumption Day, Hispanic Day, Constitution Day, Immaculate Conception Day, and Christmas Day.

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Does Spain do trick or treating?

Some parts have adopted Halloween, yes, but the Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de los Muertos) is still hugely popular, both in Spain and in Mexico (also some parts of South America).

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What are some National holidays and special events that happen in Spain?

See the related links.

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When does the running of the bulls take place?

The Festival de San Fermin takes place in Pamplona Spain from the 6th to the 14th (inclusive) of July of each year.

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What special day is it on 23 February in Spain?

The spanish rebels stormed parliament and took the govenor of Spain hostage. I don't know if they think this as a special day but that's what happend on 23rd feb 1981. On February 23, 1981 in Spain, the Spanish government suffered a coup now referred to as 23-F or El Tejerazo from the name of the...

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What are some holidays ccelebrated in Spain?

Easter, Christmas, New Years, Dia de los Muertos, Semana Santa.

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What are some of the famous traditions in Spain?

The spectacular Carnival in Cadiz(the most celebrated carnival in Spain), during the middle ages the Catholic Church adapted a pagan festival as a way for Catholics to let off a little steam before the Lenton fasting. Flashy costums, great music and grand parades take place in the streets of Spai...

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What are Spain's national holidays and customs?

Spain like other countries around the world has national holidays and customs. The days include New Year's Day, Epiphany, Easter Holidays, Labor Day, Assumption of Mary, and Hispanic Day. Some of the customs include traditional dances and food.

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