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The highest mountain in Spain is Mulhacén in the Sierra Nevada. At 11,411 feet, it's the highest mountain on the Iberian Peninsula. The highest mountain on a Spanish territory is Pico de Teide, on Tenerife in the Canary ...

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Mountain ranges in Spain include the Pyrenees, Cordillera Cantabrica, Sistema Iberico, Sierra de Cuenca, Montes de Toledo, Serrania de Cuenca, Cordillera Betica and Sierra Nevada. The Pyrenees Mountains are located on th...

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Spain is known for its unique cuisine, which includes foods such as paella and sangria, as well as its beautiful beaches, historic monuments and buildings, and varied landscape that includes rugged mountains and evergree...

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Mountain ranges in Spain include the Pyrenees, Cordillera Cantabrica, Sistema Iberico, Sierra de Cuenca, Montes de Toledo, Serrania de Cuenca, Cordillera Betica and Sierra Nevada. The Pyrenees Mountains are located on th...

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The highest mountain in Europe is Mount Elbrus, located in Russia near the border with Georgia. There are two main peaks of Mount Elbrus at 18,442 feet and 18,510 feet. Both peaks are the tops of dormant volcanoes.

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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, ...

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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 regi...

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