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What continent is Spain in?

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Spain is located on the continent of Europe. Spain is the fifth largest country in Europe. Other countries in Europe include Norway, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Austria and Bulgaria.

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Spain is a country with an area of 195,364 square miles and a population of over 46 million people as of 2013. The country is in southwestern Europe, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, France, Andorra, Bay of Biscay, Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean.

Spain is a mountainous country and home to the Sierra Morena mountain range as well as the Sierra Nevada mountains.The country enjoys a varied climate, including oceanic, Mediterranean and semiarid.

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    Does it snow in Spain?

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    Some regions of Spain receive snowfall. The country has a mostly temperate climate with hot interior summers and more moderate temperatures along the coast. The interior region has wet, cold winters. The mountainous regions of the Pyrenees Mountains and Sierra Nevada Mountains make Spain a skiing destination in the winter.

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    Where is Spain?

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    Spain is at 40 degrees latitude and 4 degrees longitude on the Iberian Peninsula. It is in southwest Europe and borders France, Portugal, Andorra and Gibraltar. It also borders the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Biscay and the Pyrenees mountain range.

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    What is Spain known for?

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    Spain is known for its culture, art and architecture. The Spanish culture has introduced the world to Flamenco music and dance, Spanish guitars, bullfighting and bakalao. Spanish guitars emerged from the Andalusia region, where a sixth string was added to the Moorish lute.

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    What is the landscape like in Spain?

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    Spain's landscape is a mix between a hilly region with mountain ranges and a low, flat, narrow coastal plain. The coastal plain separates the mountainous region from the surrounding bodies of water.

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