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Spain has more than 30 casinos, the largest of which is Gran Casino de Barcelona, located in the city of Barcelona. Offering 53 table games and 219 casino slots, and video terminal games, the casino also includes restaurants, bars and a club.

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Spain is a sovereign state located in southwestern Europe with coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Biscay. Spain is bordered by France and Andorra to the north and northeast and Portugal to the west. Spanish territory also includes a number of islands such as the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa and the Balearic Islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea. Covering an area of over 195,000 square miles (almost 506 thousand sq. km.), Spain is Europe's fourth largest country. It has an estimated population of just over 47 million people. Spain's largest city by population is its capital city Madrid (3,228,359 people), followed by Barcelona (1,582,738 people) and Valencia (797,000 people).

 

Spain has several mountain ranges, dominated by the vast Inner Plateau (or 'Meseta Central'), which extends across the heart of the Spanish peninsular. There are also areas dominated by lowlands, rivers and streams, and fertile valleys, as well as extensive coastline and beaches, while coastal plains stretch between Spain's coastal mountains and seas. Spain's highest point is Mount Teide, a dormant volcano located on the Canary Island of Tenerife, which is also the world's largest volcano measured from its base.

 

Due to its geographical location, Spain has a rich cultural history, while it has also become an important influence on other countries, as a result of its global empire that has left the world with over 500 million Spanish speakers. The country's official language is Spanish (officially recognized in the constitution as Castilian, or 'castellano'), although a number of other languages and dialects are also recognized as regional languages: Basque, Catalan/Valencian, Galician and Occitan. Of these languages, 17% of the Spanish population speaks Catalan (or Valencian), 7% speaks Galician and 2% speaks Basque.

 

Spain is the world's 26th richest economy by GDP (nominal) per capita and the Eurozone's fourth largest economy. Tourism is especially important to the Spanish economy. Thanks to Spain's climate, geographical location, beaches, and monuments and buildings of historical and cultural interest, the country's tourism industry is presently the world's second largest and accounts for around 5% of Spain's GDP, while providing substantial employment to the country's population. Principal Spanish exports are motor vehicles, foods, medicines, machinery and pharmaceuticals, while the country's principal export partners are France, Germany, Portugal and Italy. 

 

Spanish food varies from region to region, although in general the daily diet comprises breakfast (usually a milky coffee and sweet rolls or toast served with jam), tapas (small dishes such as omelet, potatoes with spicy tomato sauce and shrimp in garlic), lunch (the main meal of the day, which usually includes several courses and is followed by a traditional afternoon break, or siesta, outside of major cities) and dinner. Lunch usually includes vegetable or seafood soup, a meat-based main course such as roast chicken or rabbit stew served with salad or vegetables, dessert and coffee. Dinner, a lighter meal, is eaten late (usually after 9:00 p.m.) and may include fresh fish, seafood, roast chicken or lamb, served with fried potatoes or rice, and fresh salad or vegetables. A popular dinner meal is 'arroz cubano', a mound of rice topped with tomato sauce and a fried egg. A typical evening dessert is fresh fruit salad or 'flan' (vanilla custard). A Spanish dish extremely well-known around the world is 'paella', a rice-based dish that has its origins in nineteenth century Valencia. Tinted yellow with saffron, today it usually includes chicken, seafood and chorizo sausage with vegetables, although it is believed to have originated as a humble, laborer's meal that used meat and snails. In Spain, it is still considered a regional dish, although outside of the country it is often regarded as Spain's national dish. Spain has a longstanding reputation as a leading producer of fine wines, especially the red wines from the northern region of Rioja. Several Spanish regions are huge wine producers: Spain is, in fact, the country with the largest area of land for wine production anywhere in the world. 

 

Spain's cultural history can be traced back to the Romans, whose legacy can be seen even now. However, Spain's art, architecture, food and music have also been influenced by many countries across Europe and from other parts of the Mediterranean, with Moorish influences still evident in cities such as Córdoba, Seville and Granada, where Arab-style architecture and motifs are still present. The cultures of Italy, Germany and France were particular influential in Spain during the Baroque and Neoclassical periods, with this still clear in older styles of architecture. More recently, the arrival Modernism produced several leading architects in the area of Barcelona, such as Gaudí. Similarly, Spain's literature has been influenced by several sources, with regional literature (such as Catalan and Basque) still playing a significant role. Spain's most famous writer is Miguel de Cervantes, creator of Don Quixote. In the area of art, Spain has produced several renowned artists, including three Golden Age masters during the 17th century (Cano, Zurbarán and Velázquez), Francisco Goya and – in more recent times – Pablo Picasso, who worked with the French artist Braque to create the concepts of Cubism in the early 20th century, Juan Gris, the central figures of the Surrealist movement Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró, renowned for his abstract creations.

Flamenco is a music and dance form associated with Spain, although in actual fact it is not widespread outside of West Andalusia in Southern Spain. Flamenco, which grew from Andalusian and Romani music and dance forms, combines singing, guitars, dance and handclaps. Spain also hosts several international music festivals during the summer months, including Sonar (focusing mainly on pop and techno music) and Benicassim (featuring mainly alternative rock and dance music). The Spanish movie industry is also world renowned, producing a long string of directors from Luis Buñuel through to Pedro Almodóvar. Spanish cinema has recently enjoyed much international success, with movies such as 'Pan's Labyrinth' and 'Volver' both winning Oscars.