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Leaders in protected natural sites

One of Spain’s greatest contributions at an international level is its incredible biodiversity. Our country is home to 1,858 habitats and almost 400 species, according to the independent nature conservation association WWF. In addition, our country is the...

Our commitment to the 2030 Agenda

In sustainable development Spain is 21st in the worldAs far away as it may seem, 2030 is just around the corner. Especially if the goal is to meet the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDS) set by the United Nations (UN) to make our planet in a better...

At the summit of world gastronomy

Spanish gastronomy has once again been recognised internationally as being amongst the best in the world. The prestigious ranking, The World's 50 Best Restaurants, which has just published its latest list, has selected seven Spanish restaurants as being...

A world reference in LGBTI rights

In the 1970’s in Spain who could have imagined, that in the following decades the country was going to move forward in leaps and bounds in terms of equality and LGBTI rights. From the first Gay Pride demonstration in Barcelona in 1977 to the celebration of...

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National Day of Spain

 GET TO KNOW THE REAL SPAIN From paella to the series Money Heist or from Quixote to Rosalía's latest hits, the Spanish essence is present every day in every corner of the world. But beyond its culture, Spain has consolidated itself as one of the most...

Remembering Spain’s Jewish past

The European Day of Jewish Culture is celebrating its 20th anniversary and to mark this event it has organised various activities, which will take place throughout the month of September, that will cover topics from its 20 years of history. The programme has been...

This Is The Real Spain is the blog of Global Spain to spread the word about the real Spain, with its strengths and challenges within and outside our borders. Readers can find these strengths divided up between our three main pillars: democracy, modernity and citizenship. Because Spain is a modern country in which its citizens are the basis for the spectacular progress made in recent decades. And the 40 years of Constitution which we recently celebrated provide us with the perfect lever to remember these successes. Find out more