What event made Spain turn to Christianity?

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After the siege of Seville, Spain’s landscape was becoming predominantly Christian, and by 1250 the only remaining Islamic emirate in Europe was the Emirate of Granada.13 The mass expulsion of Muslims during the reconquest in Andalucia was somewhat economically detrimental to the area after many skilled craftsmen and agriculturalists had been banished. Notwithstanding this, many Castilian soldiers acquired the necessary skills to maintain the complex cultivation of commodities like olives and wine. As Christians gradually dominated the populace, large areas of land were being used for cattle grazing, and some wealthy noblemen and knights purchased large estates. They hegemonized acculturation...
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