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TEH SPANISH INQUISITION..... ~TROLLFACE.jpg~

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King Phillip II amassed debt due to spending on grandiose projects and by 1600 it reached 85.5 million ducats.

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There was a lack of strong leadership and economic problems were also to blame.

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Q: What led to the decline of spanish power in the 1600's?
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