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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Spaniards were a short-lived Australian musical group, whose 1986 debut mini-album, Locked in a Dance peaked at number 55 on the Australian charts.

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  2. Spaniards - Wikipedia

    Spaniards, or Spanish people, are a Romance ethnic group and nation native to Spain.

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    • 146,846 (61,881 born in Spain)
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    • 81,519 (54,418 born in Spain)
  3. List of Spaniards - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list, in alphabetical order within categories, of notable hispanic people of Spanish heritage and descent born and raised in Spain, or of direct Spanish descent. Note: The same person may appear under several headings. Reino de España (Spanish)

  4. Spaniards (band) - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Spaniards were a short-lived Australian musical group, whose 1986 debut mini-album, Locked in a Dance peaked at number 55 on the Australian charts.

  5. Spain - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Spain is a country in Southern Europe. It is in the Iberian Peninsula. Spain has borders with France, Portugal, Andorra and Morocco. In Spain's northeast side are the Pyrenees mountains.

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  7. Spaniards Inn - Wikipedia
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    The Spaniards Inn is an historic pub on Spaniards Road between Hampstead and Highgate in London, England. It lies on the edge of Hampstead Heath near Kenwood House. It is a Grade II listed building, dating back to the 16th century.

    The pub is believed to have been built in 1585 on the Finchley boundary, with the tavern forming the entrance to the Bishop of London's estate – an original boundary stone from 1755 can still be seen in the front garden. Opposite it there is a toll house built in around 1710. Today, the pub is in Barnet and the tollhouse is in Camden, both are now listed buildings and traffic is reduced to one lane between the two. A suggestion in 1966 to demolish the tollhouse was successfully resisted ...

    The pub has been mentioned in Dickens's The Pickwick Papers and Bram Stoker's Dracula, and has been frequented by the artist Joshua Reynolds and the poets Byron and Keats. According to the pub, Keats wrote his Ode to a Nightingale in the gardens, and Stoker borrowed one of their resident ghost stories to furnish the plot of Dracula.

    In 2007 The Spaniards Inn was listed in 4th place by The Guardian in an article detailing the "Top 10 UK pub roasts". It was also listed by The Guardian as one of Britain's Best Pubs in 2009.

    • 18 October 1949
    • England
  8. Afro-Spaniards - Wikipedia

    Afro-Spaniards are Spanish nationals of African descent. They today mainly come from Cameroon, Gambia, Mali and Senegal.Additionally, many Afro-Spaniards born in Spain are from the former Spanish colony and province of Equatorial Guinea.

  9. Spanish Americans - Wikipedia

    Spanish Americans are the longest-established European-American group with a continuous presence in Florida since 1565 and are the eighth-largest (choosing the term "Spaniard") group in the United States of America.

  10. Spain - Wikipedia

    Spain is a secular parliamentary democracy and a parliamentary monarchy, with King Felipe VI as head of state. It is a major developed country and a high income country, with the world's fourteenth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the sixteenth-largest by PPP.

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  11. Spanish immigration to France - Wikipedia

    Spanish immigration to France began from ancient times up to the present time and the French Republic is the second largest Spanish community outside Spain. The Spanish arrived mainly attracted by the job and new lifestyles, as well due to conflicts and armed movements in Spain which prompted the Spanish to emigrate to France.

  12. Casta - Wikipedia

    Casta (Spanish: ) is a term which means "lineage" in Spanish and has been interpreted by certain historians during the 20th century to describe mixed-race individuals in Spanish America, resulting from unions of Spaniards (españoles), Amerindians (Indios), and Africans ().