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Galicia Galicia is located in the green northwestern part of Spain If it was not for Santiago de Compestela Galicia may not have been known as well as it is As it is some os Galicias provinces are not even known to tourists and probably will never be Unlike the rest of Spain Galicia looks much like Ireland Which attracted the Celts during their exploration The landscape is lush and filled with pine and eucalyptus Galicia also has some of the best beaches in all of Spain Gallegos Galicias people are very different from other Spanish people and seem to almost be a different race They have a whiter pailer complextion and have blond hair They are also different in the things that they do for entertainment They dont have any of the high-tech theatures or the night life of Madrid They are more interested in music poetry land family witchcraft death and superstition They spend a lot of time thinking about things and why they are the way that they are They usually are not prejudice to any outsiders and willing listen to their ideas People believe that many of these traits came from the Celts who came in 1000 BC and ruled until AD 137 They seem to have many things in common with the Irish and the Scots because of this Including a bagpipe-like instrument called a Gaita The language of Galicia is different from the rest of Spain also they speak a variation of Castillian which has some French tones as well as Portuguese They have their own favorite foods also which consist mainly of seafood Some of their specialty dishes are merluza hake cigalas prawns camarones small shrimp chipirones little squid langostines crayfish vieiras scallops percebes goose baracles and trout and other local fish Most of their dishes are served either in casseroles or broiled or steamed or
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