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  1. Maria Branyas Morera (born 4 March 1907 [1]) is the current title holder of world's oldest living person [broken anchor] since the death of Lucile Randon on 17 January 2023, [2] and the 9th oldest undisputed person in history.

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    Spanish is spoken natively by over 400 million people and spans across most countries of the Americas; from the Southwestern United States in North America down to Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost region of South America in Chile and Argentina.

  3. The language known today as Spanish is derived from spoken Latin, which was brought to the Iberian Peninsula by the Romans after their occupation of the peninsula that started in the late 3rd century BC. Today it is the world's 4th most widely spoken language, after English, Mandarin Chinese and Hindi. [1]

  4. The history of Spain dates to contact between the pre-Roman peoples of the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian Peninsula made with the Greeks and Phoenicians. During Classical Antiquity, the peninsula was the site of multiple successive colonizations of Greeks, Carthaginians, and Romans. Native peoples of the peninsula, such as the Tartessos ...

  5. The following are the national records in athletics in Spain maintained by its national athletics federation: Real Federación Española de Atletismo (RFEA).

  6. Spanish supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Spain who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015, the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 45 Spanish supercentenarians, including 42 residents and 3 emigrants.

  7. The Spanish Wikipedia ( Spanish: Wikipedia en español) is a Spanish-language edition of Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia. It has 1,958,482 articles. Started in May 2001, it reached 100,000 articles on March 8, 2006, and 1,000,000 articles on May 16, 2013.

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