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Is it true that Pablo Picasso had to burn his paintings to keep warm? Is it true that in Spain, public hospitals give priority to foreign patients? Is it true that a Spanish woman has claimed ownership of the sun? Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
TRUE Fact #1: Pablo Picasso had to burn his paintings to keep warm FALSE Fact #2: In Spain, public hospitals give priority to foreign patients. TRUE Fact #3: A Spanish woman has claimed ownership of the sun. TRUE Fact #4: In Spain, tradition dictates that at midnight on New Year's Day you must eat 12 grapes for every chime on the clock FALSE Fact #5: Spanish house sellers must tell potential buyers if the house is haunted under penalty of law. FALSE Fact #6: In Spain, a husband is responsible for every criminal act committed by his wife while she is in his presence. TRUE Fact #7: Salvador Dali would wake himself up the moment he fell asleep to capture and paint surreal dream images. TRUE Fact #8: One Spanish movie theater doesn't sell tickets anymore… they sell carrots FALSE Fact #9: Penelope Cruz has six toes. TRUE Fact #10: The name Spain diverged from the word “Ispania”, which means the land of rabbits. TRUE Fact #11: Barcelona’s city hall provided 1 million euros to fund the movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona. FALSE Fact #12: In Andalucía, there is a floating boat which houses stray cats