Spain

Summary

Form of Government
Constitutional monarchy
Parliamentary system
Unitary state
Capital
Currency Used
Official Language
Population
18,616,630 (1900)
19,990,669 (1910)
21,388,551 (1920)
GDP (nominal)
1,236,352,163,540 (2006, US$)
1,130,798,885,740 (2005, US$)
1,044,612,070,300 (2004, US$)
GDP (nominal per capita)
36,500 (2008, US$)
Contained by
Area
504,030 km² (194607 mi²)
 

Country

Internet TLD
Languages spoken
ISO Short Name
SPAIN
FIPS Code
SP
Administrative Divisions
National anthem
Marcha Real (1770)
Currency Formerly Used
Calling Code
34
 

Countries

Continent
 

Rock Art Region

caves
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (JN, 8,101, 8,399)
 

Athletics country

Championships athletes performances
 

Sports Team Location

Teams
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
 

Sport Country

Athletes
Athletic performances
 

Filming location

Featured In Films
 

Uncommon Topic

Exceptions
 

Treaty signatory

Treaties signed
Treaty of Seville
 

Breed origin

Breeds orginating here
 

Linguistic hint

Adjectival form
Spanish
 

System of nobility

Titles
Infante (1492)
 

Bibs Location

Type
Country
Is clear
no
 

Location

Vacationers
Arrestee
Political censorship (Antonio Banderas, www.imdb.com)
 

Military Combatant

Casualties
Battle of Badajoz (Civilian - Dead, 4,000)
Battle of Montes Claros (Military - Dead, 4,000)
Military Commanders
Force Deployments
Battle of Montes Claros (23,000, 1665)
Military Conflicts
 

Beer country / region

Beers from here
 

Organization scope

Organizations with this scope
Authentic Falange
Agrarian Trade Union Federation
 

Statistical region

Places exported to
Internet users as percentage of population
0.013 (1990)
0.026 (1991)
0.077 (1992)
Places imported from
Scotland (1,775,000,000, UK £, 2004)
Minimum wage
2002-07-01 (Euro, 515.9, Month)
2003-01-01 (Euro, 526.4, Month)
2003-07-01 (Euro, 526.4, Month)
Life expectancy
79.62 (2003)
79.871 (2004)
80.873 (2007)
Fertility rate
2.862 (1960)
2.765 (1961)
2.796 (1962)
Military expenditure as percentage of GDP
1.384 (1996)
1.339 (1997)
1.964 (1988)
GDP growth rate
11.839 (1961)
9.953 (1962)
9.596 (1963)
 

Administrative Area

Administrative children
Short name
es
Adjectival form
Spanish
Administrative parent
 

Location

People born here
Contains
Adjectival form
Spaniard
Spanish
Events
Adjoins
Partially contains
Time zone(s)
Geolocation
-3.295 × 40.6985822539
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Government positions
Government bodies
Governing officials
Luis Carrero-Blanco, 1st Duke of Carrero-Blanco (President of the Government of Spain, 1973-06-09, 1973-12-20, Prime minister)
Carlos Arias Navarro (President of the Government of Spain, 1973-12-31, 1976-07-01, Prime minister)
Agencies
Government
 

Situation

Composers living here
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Organization member

Member of
European Union (1986-01-01)
Western European Union
 

Flag referent

Flag
Flag of Spain (1978-12-06)
 

Netflix Genre

Titles
 

Earthquake epicenter

Earthquakes centered here
2011 Lorca earthquake
 

Olympic participating country

Olympics participated in
Athletes
Athletic performances
IOC Code
ESP
 

Kingdom

Rulers
 

Naval combatant

Naval engagements
HMS Neptune (Battle of Trafalgar, Taken, 37, 47)
Rayo (Battle of Trafalgar, Survived, 4, 14)
San Francisco de Asis (Battle of Trafalgar, Survived, 5, 12)
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