I’ve just found this article from The Guardian which deals with Cordova’s Mosque-cathedral controversy. As you may know, the precious building has been under the control of both Muslims and Christians ̣over the centuries that have passed since its Visigothic origins, back in the VII century.
Not only is the article of interest because of the issues it discusses, but also the comments section is highly engaging. Precisely there, you can find examples of native speakers discussing about Spain and using a colloquial register in most cases while doing so.
Just click on the image and enjoy reading.