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Ten reasons you might not see Spain’s crisis

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Ten reasons you might not see Spain’s crisis
While life has taken a turn for the worse for many Spanish families, the effects of the country's crisis are not always obvious to an outsider. Photo: Leo Hidalgo
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You're in Spain, the sun is shining, the streets are buzzing and people are better dressed than nearly anywhere on earth. So where is this crisis you've been hearing all about? Here, The Local gives ten reasons why "la crisis" might be harder to spot than you think.

There’s been a stigma attached to Spain in recent years, at least from the economic point of view.

For some time now, news about the country has focused mainly on protests, strikes and desperate poverty.

Go straight to the gallery of reasons why Spain's crisis can be hard to spot. 

It would be easy to think the place is a war zone.

But once foreigners land in Spain, they can struggle to reconcile their idea of the crisis with the lively country they encounter. 

The truth is life has taken a turn for the worse for many Spanish families, but the effects of the crisis are not always that clear to an outsider.

Here we look at ten reasons why Spain’s crisis is not always easy to see.

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