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What are the Spanish speaking countries?

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2013-06-19 18:26:17
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Spanish Speaking CountriesMost countries have an "official national language." Out of all countries and their "official national languages," 21 of them use Spanish. The countries by continent are as follows (in parenthesis their capitals)

Europe

1. Spain (Madrid)

Africa

2. Equatorial Guinea (Malabo) in West Africa

North and Central America

3. Costa Rica (San José)

4. Cuba (Havana)

5. Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo)

6. El Salvador (San Salvador)

7. Guatemala (Guatemala City)

8. Honduras (Tegucigalpa)

9. Mexico (Mexico City)

10. Nicaragua (Managua)

11. Panama (Panama City)

12. Puerto Rico (San Juan)

South America

13. Argentina (Buenos Aires)

14. Bolivia (La Paz)

15. Chile (Santiago)

16. Colombia (Bogotá)

17. Ecuador (Quito)

18. Paraguay (Asunción)

19. Peru (Lima)

20. Uruguay (Montevideo)

21. Venezuela (Caracas).

Thus, it is mainly in these countries that Spanish is spoken.

Other countries

Spanish is spoken by a minority in the following countries. In parenthesis the main language.

United States (English)

Philippines (Tagalog)

Morocco (Arabic)

Belize (English)

Andorra (Catalan, also called Valencian)

Philippines

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