Spaniards

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1st row: Isabella I of Castile • Ferdinand II of Aragon • Hernán Cortés • Ignatius Loyola • Charles I • Teresa of Ávila 2nd row: Cervantes • Francisco Goya • José María de Pereda • Rosalía de Castro • Pérez Galdós • Leopoldo Alas 3rd row: Gaudí • Picasso • Dalí • Juan Carlos I of Spain • Antonio Banderas • Rafael Nadal

Spanish nationals abroad 60.1% Americas - 36.9% Europe - 3% other

Languages of Spain (Castillian, Catalan, Galician, Basque and others).

Predominantly Roman Catholicism (76%) no religion (19%), see religion in Spain.

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  • Spaniards, Dodig/Melo Reach US Open Semis
    Spaniards Marc Lopez and Marcel Granollers reached their second Grand Slam semi-final of the season Wednesday as they upset second seeds Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares 7-6(3), 6-4 at the US Open in New York. [[More Tennis News on ATPWorldTour.com]] Read more on this news related to 'Spaniards'
  • The chart that shows how savers and borrowers are clobbered by banks
    Britons, Spaniards and the French are squeezed for more, but the Germans pay less Read more on this news related to 'Spaniards'
  • EU rules against Spain on 'discriminatory' inheritance tax
    The European Court of Justice ruled against Spain on Wednesday in a case that could reduce the amount of inheritance tax the country can charge foreigners living in Spain, currently higher than that charged Spaniards. More than 12 percent of Spain's total population were born elsewhere, one of the highest percentage of foreign residents in European Union count Read more on this news related to 'Spaniards'

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