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Religion

The Spanish population is predominantly Catholic. The country is divided into 13 ecclesiastic provinces (metropolitan seats) and 2 autonomous archbishoprics comprising 67 territorial dioceses and a personal (military). Prior to the democratic restoration, Catholicism was the state religion, but the Constitution of 1978 established the secular nature of the same and religious freedom. There are small communities of Protestants, Jews and Muslims.

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