Spaniards are an ethnic group native to Spain, with a complex history of Roman, Visigothic, Moorish and Christian influences. They speak Spanish as the official language and have a diverse cultural identity, influenced by regional languages, religions and diasporas. Learn more about their population, regions, languages and groups.
A list of notable hispanic people of Spanish heritage and descent born and raised in Spain, or of direct Spanish descent. The list includes actors, artists, writers, scientists, and other categories. See the alphabetical order and categories of the people featured on the list.
Oregon Utah Nevada Languages English Spanish Languages of Spain ( Catalan, Galician, Basque, Occitan, Aragonese and Asturian) Religion Christianity (Predominantly Roman Catholicism, minority Protestantism ); non-religious Related ethnic groups Spaniards Hispanic and Latino Americans Portuguese Americans
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Name of the language In Spain and in some other parts of the Spanish-speaking world, Spanish is called not only español but also castellano (Castilian), the language from the Kingdom of Castile, contrasting it with other languages spoken in Spain such as Galician, Basque, Asturian, Catalan, Aragonese and Occitan .
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Hispanic refers to people, cultures, or countries related to Spain, Spanish language, or Hispanidad. The term derives from the Latin word Hispania, meaning of the Iberian peninsula and Celtiberian origin. Learn about the history, regions, languages, religions, and influences of Hispanics from Wikipedia.
Spain (Spanish: España, [esˈpaɲa] ⓘ ), or the Kingdom of Spain ( Reino de España ), [f] is a country located in Southwestern Europe, with parts of its territory in the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and Africa.  [g] It is the largest country in Southern Europe and the fourth-most populous European Union member state.