Spain

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December 7, 2021

Kingdom of Spain Reino de España National slogan: Plus Ultra (Latin: further progress) National Anthem: Marcha Real (Spanish) Marcha Real The Kingdom of Spain (Spain: Reino de España), Spain (Spain: Estado español) or Spain (Spain: España) is located on the Iberian Peninsula in Southern Europe. It is a parliamentary sovereign nation that occupies most of the country. The capital is Madrid. .. It borders Portugal to the west, British Gibraltar to the south, France and Andra to the northeast, and Ceuta and Melilla on the African continent to Morocco.

Country name

The 1978 amendment of the Constitution does not provide formal country names, in Spanish, in addition to España ([esˈpaɲa] (audio file), Espana). , Estado español, Nación española, Reino de España and more. The Japanese notation is Spain, Kingdom of Spain, and Spain, respectively. This is based on the English notation "Spain". The notation in Chinese characters from Chinese is West Group Fang, which is abbreviated as West. However, in Japan before the Edo period, the name "Ispania", which is closer to the pronunciation of Spanish, was used. The etymology is the ancient Roman name "Hispania" on the Iberian Peninsula. In English notation, the national is Spaniard (when referring to an individual, Spanish as a whole), and the adjective is Spanish. "España" is derived from the Phoenician word "i-shaphanim," which means "island of Hilux," and is said to have been born from the Phoenician misidentification of the hare that lived there. NS. After that, it changed to "Ἱσπανια (Hispania)" in ancient Greek, "Hispānia" in Old Latin, "Spania" in Vulgar Latin, and "Espayne" in Anglo-Norman. The name "Espagna" has long been a popular name for the area. Even after the unification of the Kingdom of Castile and the Kingdom of Aragon in 1492, the King was merely a common monarch of the United Kingdom (often referred to as the "Catholic (or Spanish) Monarchy (Monarchia)"), the court and the parliament. -The government was a coalition of princes established in each member country. In 1624, Chancellor Olivares proposed to the King to become "King of Spain", but it did not happen. The compound royal government was abolished by the decree of the new organization promulgated in 1707, and it became a single centralized country. However, Spain did not become a national name at this time either, and the King of Spain was officially born when Napoleon Bonaparte's brother Joseph I took the throne in 1808 (the Spanish flag appeared in 1785). The 1978 Constitution did not specify the country name that had been specified until then, although the monarchy was maintained, its position changed to a symbolic existence, and it was the parliament chosen by the people to move the country. It was a measure taken to clarify that it would be central. In 1984, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain issued a decree that "Kingdom of Spain" and "Spain" should be regarded as equivalent in international treaties. Currently, the former is often used as the official country name in international treaties, documents of international organizations, domestic official documents and diplomatic documents.

History

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