Many would be shocked to hear a description of Spain as an intersection of cultures, or a country defined by multiple religions. It is certainly true that these classifications would fall short in the present day, especially for one viewing Spain from the outside. The dominance of Catholicism in Spain is of course, undoubted, and the legacy of conservative, Christian rule is impossible to miss from an average Spanish household to the greatest monuments the nation possesses. However, this is only possible due to the removal of the other force in making the nation what it is today. Spain is…

Clay Hallee

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