Span and Puerto Rico Cultural Similarities and Differences Presentation

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Span and Puerto Rico Cultural Similarities and Differences presentation Span 101
This presentation will explain the differences and similarities, if any, in the countries of Spain and Puerto Rico’s. The presentation will show the differences and similarities between the two countries arts, culture, and economic environment. The presentation will show how both countries have a assimilation of cultural and distinctiveness. Even though both countries have similarities and differences, they both have one thing in common, and that is they are Spanish-speaking countries with an array traditions, culture, and diversity amongst the people, that will be talked about in this presentation.

Spain and Puerto Rico are two of the most cultural Spanish-speaking countries. These countries are similar in the fact that both celebrate the tradition holidays. These holidays include Christmas, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Labor Day, and Columbus Day. But, these countries also have individual holidays that are celebrate. Spain has The Running of the Bulls and Corpus Christi (B, 2012), while Puerto Rico has Conmemoracióm del Natalicio de José de Diego and Conmemoración del Estado Libre Asociado (National Holidays, 2012). These specific holidays have been a tradition in the home countries for years and have migrated to areas that Spaniards and Puerto Ricans have migrated to. Citizens in both countries participate in the common sports, but each country is known for a specific sport. For example, Spain is known for bullfighting and Puerto Rico is known for cockfighting. One can tell by the name of these sports that they are dangerous and only trained individuals participate in them. Along with the similarities there are differences among Spain and Puerto Rico. The type of government a country is is very important because it determines how the country is ran. In Spain the government is a Parliamentary Monarchy and Constitutional Monarchy. Meaning that the...
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