Madrid, Spain’s premier city, one of the world’s greenest, where Spanish is King in more ways than one.
Spain is once again in the sports limelight, proudly raising the Euro 2012 Championship Trophy.
The Kingdom of Spain lies on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. The mainland is bordered by the Gibraltar, France, Bay of Biscay, Andorra, the Mediterranean Sea, Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean. Its 505,992 square kilometer land area is home to more than 47.2 million inhabitants as of 2011 estimates. It ranks as the world’s 12th largest economy and its citizens enjoy a very high standard of living. The country’s economy is also the fifth largest within the European Union, with a 2010 GDP of €1.051 trillion.
Because of Spain’s rule that lasts for several centuries in different parts of the world, the mainland also attracted some of the citizens from its colonial strongholds to immigrate and now has several sizeable communities of people of Indian, Filipino, South Asian, Chinese and Middle Eastern descent. Latin Americans, people from Germany, the United Kingdom and several parts of Europe also found Spain is more suitable to their lifestyle. As of 2011, some 5.7 million residents of the country are foreigners.
While the country itself had many influences in prehistoric times, it became a world empire in the 16th century, helping to discover the New World and putting their stamp through years of colonization on several countries, leaving a trademark culture and language. Today, the Spanish language is the second most spoken first language in world. Likewise, more than 500 million people around the world speak Spanish. However, Spain is a multi-lingual country and has several official languages. Aside from Spanish or Español, the official languages in the country include Catalan (Valencian), Basque and Galician. Spain is still a monarchy that is ruled by a king. The reigning king is King Juan Carlos I.
Spain’s economy though suffering from a slump in 2011 is still strong, with tourism, renewable energy, automotive and export industries buoying the economy. The country is very attractive to foreign investments. In this respect, there are many instances that the services of a professional translation and interpretation company are needed.
Madrid is the capital of Spain, the main financial center of the country and one of the world’s major financial key players. Madrid has continuously attracted international businesses to invest, and people to relocate.
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