The Catalan rumba started with the Romani gypsy community in Barcelona in the 1950s. | P. BERGAS
In 2010, Unesco made three declarations of world intangible cultural heritage that applied to Spain. One was the Cant de la Sibil·la, the Song of the Sybil, in Mallorca. Another was human towers, a phenomenon of Catalan culture in particular. The third was flamenco, most obviously associated with Andalusia.