Name: Lluis Creus Guerra
Lives In: Sant Cugat del Vallès outside of Barcelona, Spain
Language Spoken: Catalan, Spanish and English
Parents’ Jobs: His father is an economist (an economics expert) and his mother is a gemologist (a gem expert)
Favorite Foods: Soup
Favorite Subject in School: Science
Favorite Animal: Chameleon
Favorite Activities: Playing tennis and saxophone
Favorite Flower: Rose
What he Wants to Be When He Grows Up: A biochemist
A Little About My Town: I live in a small suburb of Barcelona called Sant Cugat del Vallès, which has lots of green spaces and gardens. It also has a historical town center which surrounds a medieval monastery.
Capital of Spain: Madrid
Population: 46.7 million
Languages Spoken: While Spanish is the official language all over the country, Catalan, Gallego, Euskara and Aranés are co-official languages in certain regions.
Religions: 71% Roman Catholic, 24.1% nonreligious, 4.6% other
History: Spain is a country with many identities. Located to the south of France on the Iberian Peninsula, Spain has been ruled by various groups, including the Roman Empire and the Moors of North Africa. By the 15th century, Spain was a unified country and began colonizing Latin America in order to extend its empire.