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Spain Fun Facts

How do you receive water in your homes? The obvious answer would be through pipelines. Read on the Spain fun facts and get to know crazy facts.

Do you know that there is a city in Spain that still uses aqueducts? Read and get smarter.

Spain Fun Facts

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Spain is situated in southwestern Europe and borders Morocco on its southern side. It is the only European country that shares a border with an African nation.
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Spain is the fourth largest country among the European countries. It is bordered by five countries: Portugal, Andorra, France, Gibraltar, and Morocco.
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Despite hurricanes and storms, the aqueducts in the city of Segovia can still deliver water to the city. Built by the Romans in the 1st century it is not held together by concrete or mortar.
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The highest mountain in Spain is Teide. It is located on the island of Tenerife and has a height of 3,718 meters.
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Melilla and Ceuta are both Spanish territories that are in Africa. Morocco was also a Spanish territory that was handed over to Africa in 1856.
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Spain is bordered by five countries, namely, Portugal, Andorra, France, Gibraltar, and Morocco. The country that shares the longest border with Spain is Portugal.
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Gibraltar is a small British colony that shares a 1km border with Spain. It is located in the southernmost region of Spain.
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The Bay of Biscay borders the northern coast of Spain. The Bay of Biscay is situated in the northeast Atlantic Ocean and shares its western border with France.
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Tagus River is the longest river in Spain. It starts in mid-eastern Spain in the Montes Universales and empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
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Lago de Sanabria or the Sanabria Lake is the largest lake of Spain. It is a natural lake situated in the northwest of Puebla de Sanabria.

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