1. Spain (Madrid)
2. Equatorial Guinea (Malabo) in West Africa
North and Central America
3. Costa Rica (San JosÃ©)
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)
13. Argentina (Buenos Aires)
14. Bolivia (La Paz)
15. Chile (Santiago)
16. Colombia (BogotÃ¡)
17. Ecuador (Quito)
18. Paraguay (AsunciÃ³n)
19. Peru (Lima)
20. Uruguay (Montevideo)
21. Venezuela (Caracas).
Thus, it is mainly in these countries that Spanish is spoken.
Spanish is spoken by a minority in the following countries. In parenthesis the main language.
United States (English)
Andorra (Catalan, also called Valencian)
soccer is very important in spanish speaking countries. it is also called (futbol) in spanish speaking countries.
No, none of these countries are Spanish-speaking countries, but Belize has a large spanish-speaking population.
"spanish speaking countries" = "países de habla hispana"
There are about 20 Spanish speaking countries, which is about 9% of the world's countries.
No,there are actually 20 spanish speaking countries.
there are 21 Spanish speaking countries in the world
Yes, the majority of people in Spanish speaking countries are Catholics.
Spain is probably the safest, and most stable, of the Spanish speaking countries.
five spanish speaking countries play soccer
Spanish speaking people are called "Hispano Parlantes" in general. "Spanish Speaking".
Yes, there are Spanish speaking countries in Europe. Spain is a Spanish speaking country. Also the language of Portugal is Portuguese which is very closely related to Spanish.
There are 12-13 Spanish speaking countries in North America.
All spanish speaking countries in the world are respresented by immigrants in the U.S.
South America has the greatest number of Spanish-speaking countries.
Mexico is the largest Spanish speaking country.
See related links for a map of all Spanish speaking countries.
Spanish speaking countries are located in every ocean on the planet, except the Indian and the Arctic.
Yes. All countries in Central America are Spanish-speaking except Belize.
Virtually all spanish speaking countries share a love of soccer, which they call fÃºtbol.
There are many Spanish-speaking countries in the world. Some of these countries include Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile, as well as Argentina.
The Spanish speaking countries of S. America are: Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay. (These are the countries where Spanish predominates.)
Flor is the Spanish word for flower. It is used throughout Spanish speaking countries. Flor is the Spanish word for flower. It is used throughout Spanish speaking countries.
Yes there are 21 Spanish speaking countries in the world.
Because some people either visit from Spanish-speaking countries or they emigrate from spanish-speaking countries.
Spanish speaking countries that contain a rainforest are Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, and Paraguay. Other countries are Costa Rica, Belize, and Panama.