Spanish culture from Spanish flag badge

Look at the Spanish culture from the Spanish flag badge

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the spanish flag badgeconsists of two colors of red and yellow. The flag is composed of three parallel rectangles of red, yellow and red from top to bottom. The middle yellow part takes up 1/2 of the flag, and the left side is painted with the national emblem. The emblem of the National Emblem Center is a representation of the five countries that make up Spain: the golden castle at the bottom and the purple lion on the white representing the kingdoms of Castille and Lyon, respectively, with vertical red and yellow stripes. It is the representative color of the Aragon kingdom. The cross of the golden chain on the red ground intersects the Navarre kingdom, and the bottom pomegranate represents the Granada kingdom. Two Hagris columns are standing on both sides of the coat of arms, as if putting the security of the country in their blessing. Legend has it that the narrowest sides of the Strait of Gibraltar have a column of Hagris, which is the ancient legend of the Strait of Gibraltar. A red band circumvents the silver pillar, which reads "A place that sails further into the world"; but before the discovery of the Americas, the sash reads "This is the edge of the world."

The enthusiasm and sunshine of the Spanish people is just like their national flag.


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There is a passionate flamenco, brave bullfighter, and Spanish football. Spain is a traditional football power in Europe. Needless to say, the high-level competition in La Liga is just a perfect game for fans of Spain. Any game in Real Madrid or Barcelona is extremely perfect in the hearts of fans.


Spanish Serie A: Open every September and continue until May of the following year. A total of 20 teams, 38 rounds per season, which means that Barcelona will play 19 games at home in one season.