Spain is a rich country. It has a warm and arid climate, and borders France to the north.
IG Factbook: "Spain's powerful world empire of the 16th and 17th centuries ultimately yielded command of the seas to England. Subsequent failure to embrace the mercantile and industrial revolutions caused the country to fall behind Britain, France, and Germany in economic and political power. Spain remained neutral in World War I and II but suffered through a devastating civil war (1936-39) between the democratically elected government and its supporters and the fascist military and its supporters such as Nazi Germany. A peaceful transition to democracy following the death of dictator Francisco Franco in 1975, and rapid economic modernization gave Spain a dynamic and rapidly growing economy and made it a global champion of freedom and human rights. More recently the government has had to focus on measures to reverse a severe economic recession that began in mid-2008. Austerity measures implemented to reduce a large budget deficit and reassure foreign investors have led to one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe."
Spain can send and receive ships from Egypt.
- In the news bar, mention that "Spain announces austerity measures". This is because in Spain it had a period of economic austerity, which is the economic policy that defends the increase in taxes and the reduction of public spending. But when appearing this does not affect the investigation in Spain, because it is just a random news.
- Also in another news headline, says that "Largest ever Paella made in Spain". This is a joke about paella, a traditional meal from Spain.
- In the General Disruption cam, the protester's banner reads in Spanish “cure the plague”. But is grammatically wrong in Spanish.
- In the Global Warming Scenario, Spain isn't considered rich due to the severe droughts caused by pollution.
Much like S.E Asia's City Cams, Spain's City Cams are relatively simple, with not much clutter, and very little clutter in the first two City Cams. They take place outside of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC for short; "National Art Museum of Catalonia" in English), a national museum in Barcelona.
In Business as usual, the scene shows a parking lot, with people visiting, a few parked cars, a metal table & 2 chairs, trees, signs on lightpoles, and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya in the background.
In General Disruption, a large crowd appears, with the people in the front holding a banner that says "Curar la Plaga" ("Cure the Plague" in English), along with exclamation marks and 2 biohazards below the message. There is also a group of 3 policemen walking, with 2 of the 3 policemen talking to each other. Only metal rails separate the protesting crowd from the policemen.
In Widespread disorder, the scene becomes more complex, as the protesters have turned to rioting. A beaten-up tent and cylinder is seen in the background. Martial law has taken effect, since soldiers with riot shields are attempting to quell the riots. Above the rioter's heads is a helicopter flying above the parking lot of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Speaking of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, smoke is leaking from the museum. The ground is severely damaged, with a biohazard painted on it. Near the bush on left, there is a rusty, broken yellow car with a biohazard on it, and a pile of garbage on top of the bush.
In No longer exists, now everyone has perished from your plague, meaning that there are many body bags. The yellow car has become even more broken down, and some of the things from the Widespread disorder cams are here, including the tent and cylinder from earlier. Piles upon piles of rocks and rubble are everywhere, and everything is dreary.
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