The consumption of comida is high in all regions due to which the general business hours of many organizational establishments are broken in two parts to provide with 2 hours window to the employees for traveling back to home for comida and to return back to work. I was surprised to find that apart from the restaurants and bars, majority of the businesses are closed at the hour of family supper. This is highly different from the other nations that I had experienced. Moreover, it is found that dining at restaurant has become typical for the professional, urban middle and upper classes across Spain. It is found that the patrimony across the restaurants can be traced back to merely middle of the nineteenth century. This illustrates that the Spain is one of the nations where the consumption of food is preferred at the homes by the locals.
I found from the observations that the art is supported by the private organizations as well as governmental. The growing emphasis on the art and the patrimony was evident due to the artistic architecture and visuals has resulted in the artists to be considered as celebrities in the nation. The fine arts and humanities are instituted within the professional academies and universities.
Furthermore, I viewed that the graphic and decorative art comprises of the distinct position to the national heritage that is held by Spain. The art pieces are showcased across the Spanish museums with the support towards the promotion of both fine and traditional arts. Some of the patrimonial art works across Spain are the ceramic tiles, embroidery, weavings and lace work that are major adornments in the homes across Spain. These craft art forms are the traditional treasured of Spain that are passed down from the several generations. It is established from the observations that the craft art forms are particular in providing and functioning as the regional and national identity.