The Spanish Culture

Monasterio de Suso -   The unoccupied Tomb
Monasterio de Suso –
The unoccupied Tomb

 

How do we describe the culture of Spain?  During our visit to the monasteries, one can only see a nation that strongly believes in God and prides itself in faith and religion.  Unfortunately, since the tour guide spoke only Spanish we cannot tell who was buried in the tombs and what the unoccupied tomb signified at the Monasterio de Suso.

Monasterio de Yusa
Monasterio de Yusa

Upon entering the Monasterio de Yuso the magnificence was overwhelming.

 

There is an old saying “a family that prays together, stays” and this is quite evident when we see a three generation family enjoying the fresh air and sunshine in the park.

Family is Strength
Family is Strength
My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am - Author Unknown
My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am – Author Unknown

Love does not only extend to the families but to the pets.  On any given day, a family can be seen walking its pet dogs which can range in numbers.

So what can we say about the culture of the Spaniards?  They love their families, their pets and the church.

Adios

Zalina

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