Population

Spaniards Population of the Spain Spanish people

Maybe this enigmatic people still think, generally, forming a unit with only circumstantial ethnic differences caused by the experiential situations to which they have been forced.

Gypsies of Spain
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According to the Spanish Constitution, the Castilian is the official language for the entire country; also are official languages in their respective regions.

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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).

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The capital and largest city of Spain is Madrid (population in 1998, 2,881,506 inhabitants), which is also the capital of the autonomous community of Madrid.

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Spain comprises 50 integrated provinces in 17 autonomous communities:

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Spain's population in 1991 was 38,872,268 inhabitants (1991 census); in 2001 the estimated population stood at 40,037,995 inhabitants, with an average density of about 79 inhabitants / km².

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The Spanish people are a mixture of indigenous peoples of the Iberian peninsula with others that were successively conquering its territory, occupying it for different periods of time.

Spanish people
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