|eBook / Article Title:||Lonely Planet Spain|
|eBook / Article Title:||Engaging the Emotions in Spanish Culture and History|
|Author(s):||Labanyi, Jo.; Fernández, Pura.; Delgado, Luisa Elena|
|eBook / Article Title:||Spain in the nineteenth century : new essays on experiences of culture and society|
|eBook / Article Title:||Flamenco nation : the construction of Spanish national identity|
|Author(s):||Holguin, Sandie Eleanor|
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Salary Expectations and Salary Realities: An Analysis of University Students in Spain and Singapore
|Author(s):||Amit Shah ; Michael Monahan|
|Film Title:||Triana, Pure and Pure|
As early as in the 15th century, the Roma settled in Seville's district of Triana. In their poor courtyards and craftsmen's workshops, the purest and wildest Andalusian flamenco was born. The gypsies of Triana were expelled from their neighborhood in the '50s, destroying the local communities. On the 20th anniversary of the expulsion, the Roma organized a big farewell concert with the greatest flamenco masters from Triana performing on stage.
|Film Title:||Song of the Basques|
Their origins are unknown, their language one of the world's most ancient. They established one of the first democracies and led Europe's Age of Exploration, fueled the industrial revolution and then established Spain's first labor unions. Today they are the farmers preserving heirloom seeds, the engineers developing sustainable energies and the activists demanding social change.
|Film Title:||Autonomous regions of SPAIN explained (Geography Now)|