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The official name of Spain is the Kingdom of Spain. Spain is the second largest country in Western Europe after France and the second most mountainous after Switzerland. The most enduring contribution of Spain to the world is its language, which was imported to the Americas with the expansion of the Spanish Empire in the 16th century. Now, more than 400 million people speak Spanish in 22 countries, including 35 million who speak it in the United States. In 2006, 58 million tourists visited Spain and its islands. Foreign tourists spent $51 billion in 2006. Spain is the second most visited country in the world after France. Spain is home to a type of tailless monkey, the macaque, which is the only type of wild monkey that lives in Europe.
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Located in Santa Barbara, Spain, the brick vault house by London-based Studio Space popular has been built with sustainability and modularity in mind.
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