The Treaty of Tordesillas gave Spain the right to most of the north and south America. This is the treaty that settled dispute between Spain and Portugal over these territories.
Spain is in Europe.
Conquistadors claimed it for the King and Queen of Spain (Ferdinand and Isabella).
Spain is in Europe, South Africa is in Africa, Canada is in North America, and BRAZIL is in South America.
Spain came to America (North and South) seeking gold and the spread of Christianity.
Spain claimed Mexico, Caribbean, Central, and South America
Spain: Most of mexico, Caribean, Central and south america.. if your wanting france too: Quebec and North America..
It spread from Spain when Spain colonized much of South America and some of North America.
North and South America.
Spain has always stayed right where it is, in Europe.
Spain,France,England, & the Netherlands.I don't think its right.
some of it is north, and some of it is south. The equator cuts right through south America
They founded south America and southern north America
Spain is in Europe not South America
Spain was focused in South America, Middle America, and the modern-day Western US.
Asia, North America is right next to Asia and Africa is right next to South America. It should be clearer that way if you know what North and South America look like.
It conquered Parts of North America, South and Central America.
Spain and Portugal