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  1. Hiszpania, Królestwo Hiszpanii ( hiszp. España, Reino de España) – państwo w zachodniej części Europy Południowej, położone głównie na Półwyspie Iberyjskim, obejmujące także Baleary na Morzu Śródziemnym, Wyspy Kanaryjskie na Oceanie Atlantyckim, mniejsze wysepki oraz tereny w północnej Afryce .

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    Hispania ( Spanish: [isˈpaɲa]; nearly identically pronounced in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and Italian for "Spain") was the Roman name for the Iberian Peninsula and its provinces. Under the Roman Republic, Hispania was divided into two provinces: Hispania Citerior and Hispania Ulterior.

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    At 505,992 km 2 (195,365 sq mi), Spain is the world's fifty-second largest country and Europe's fourth largest country. It is some 47,000 km 2 (18,000 sq mi) smaller than France. Mount Teide ( Tenerife) is the highest mountain peak in Spain and is the third largest volcano in the world from its base.

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  5. t. e. The Kingdom of Spain (Spanish: Reino de España) entered a new era with the passing of Charles II, the last Spanish Hapsburg monarch, who died childless in 1700. The War of the Spanish Succession was fought between proponents of a Bourbon prince, Philip of Anjou, and an Austrian Hapsburg claimant.

  6. Spain is one of the eight national teams to have been crowned world champions, having participated in a total of 16 of 22 FIFA World Cups and qualifying consistently since 1978. Spain also won three continental titles, having appeared at 11 of 16 UEFA European Championships.

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    Spain (a country in Europe) Declension show Declension of Hiszpania Derived terms (nouns) Hiszpan, Hiszpanka (adjective) hiszpański Further reading Hiszpania in Wielki słownik języka polskiego, Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN Hiszpania in Polish dictionaries at PWN Categories: Polish terms borrowed from Latin Polish terms derived from Latin

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