We all know something about Spanish culture. Who has never heard about the running of the bulls or flamenco? What about paella? However, Spain has a lot other interesting and unique traditions.
In general, what most people know about Spain is probably the most stereotypical part. It is what may makes someone think: That is so Spanish!
On the other hand, the unheard part of the Spanish culture is not quite that way. People may hear about it, but they may not relate it with Spain. For example, have you ever heard about Caganers? This part of the culture is not as well known, but not for that it is less important. It is what makes Spain how it is: Diverse and unique!
Find here that part of the culture of Spain you barely hear about.
El Tio de Nadal, also known as Caga Tio or "Poop Log", is a Catalan Christmas tradition, where the log is the main character of the party. Learn here more about this unique tradition!