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Why do Spaniards have their lunch and dinner so late?
I've been reading about it and many sites explain (unconvincingly, for me) that the reason why Spaniards currently have lunch around 2 and dinner around 9:30 is because during the 40s (after the civil ...
Oct 21 '12 at 9:41
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