Capitals of Argentina Bolivia Chile colombia Costa Rica cuba dominican republic Ecuador el salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Nicaragua panama paraguay Peru Puerto Rico Spain Uruguay?
This is a general question and I am not sure what the writer wants. As for my answer, I started learning Spansis in college and became a teacher. I have spoken with natives from probably 8-10* countries. I traveled to Mexico and Spain. Mexico, Cuba, Spain, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Panama
Who said so?, Chile is a Republic, perhaps the beginning of Chile as a Republic was through a Federal coalition between Chile, Argentina, Peru and Bolivia just to liberate our self's from Spain. The only way to federalism in Chile and in South America will be if the ABC (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru, get together and work together in the development, pursue and achievement of the American Dream.
The following countries got their independence from Spain: Argentina Bolivia Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Morocco (Independence from France and Spain in 1956) Netherlands - July 1581 Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Venezuela I think I got all of them, if there is something missing please edit.
Spain is the only Spanish country. If you meant Spanish speaking countries they are Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial, Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 21 total.
Mexico and the SW and southern parts of the US (Nevada, Texas, Florida) are closer to northern Argentina than they are to Spain. The rest of the US and Canada are closer to Spain. There are some points in the US where Argentina and Spain are equally distant, one example being southern Colorado south of Denver.