What religion does Spain most made of?
The dominant religion in Spain is Christianity, with most of those being Catholics.
Although Spain no longer has a state religion but Roman Catholicism is still the religion followed by most Spaniards. According to an estimate 69 percent of people in Spain identify themselves as Roman catholic.
Most people in Spain are Christians.
Majority of the Spanish people belong to the Christian religion
Most of the christian religions celebrate Christmas in Spain.
Because Colombia was colonized by Spain, and Spain was Catholic.
Spain has the most influence on religion and language of Latin America. Latin America was originally made up of native tribes which spoke native languages. When it was conquered by the Spaniards, the Spanish language and Christian/Catholic religion were introduced.
Christans and Cathoics.
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Most people in Spain belong to the Catholic Church. They are Catholics.
Ninety four per cent of Spain is Roman Catholic. it is Christianity and or Catholicism
Christianity - and the particular denomination is Catholicism
The dominant religion in most of Spain, including Malaga, is Roman Catholicism. Approximately 68.8% of all Spanish people identified as Roman Catholic as of 2014. 26.1% identified as being atheist or having no religion, and other beliefs such as Islam, Protestantism, Judaism and others made up the remainder.
spain was searching for gold and conquest at that time allso religion has to do with it
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Most spanish people are religious in Roman Catholism, hope this helps.
No, most of their customs are from Spain
The main religion in Spain is Roman Catholic.
The main religion of Spain at that time was Catholicism. El Cid defeated the Moors who were Muslim and drove them out of Spain in 1492, and since that time Spain has been predominantly Catholic. There were a some Jews and most likely a few Muslims still around at that time, but it was not safe for them to openly express their faith.
The religion of the people in Spain are Christians, 94 percent are Catholics.
The dominant religion of Spain is the Roman Catholic Church.
Spain does not have a "National" or "Official" religion. Religious freedom is guaranteed in their Constitution. However, the main religion in Spain is Catholicism. 94% of the population is Catholic.
Spain doesn't have an official religion anymore, however, historically, the most common religion in Spain is Roman Catholicism. In the past few decades, however the country has become more and more atheist, and today, almost half of the population is either agnostic or atheist.
As Spain is 76% Roman Catholic, that is probably the main religion there. The current constitution of Spain prohibits a state religion.
Given Mexico's historic links to Spain, the dominant religion is Christianity, with most Christians being Roman Catholic.
Ninety four per cent of the Spanish population is Roman Catholic.
yes, and Islam Is the Fastest growing religion in America too.
These countries were Spain, Portugal and France.
The Spanish colonized Portugal, and Spain was a Catholic country. As a result, most of Portugal is Catholic.
Spain has all types of religion but 94% of the country is Roman Catholic.
The most notable structures is Spain are the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and the Alhambra in Granada.
The main religion of Spain is Catholicism. Well, the main religion in Spain is Catholicism. 94% of the population is Catholic, but they do have other religions there too.
The first religion made is debatable. Most people would say Hinduism. But the truth is, it was actually animism.
Catholicism is prominent in Spain. However, Barcelona is known to be one the most progressive areas of Spain, so I am sure there is some religious diversity.
The event that forced most of the Muslims (Arabs and Amazigh) to leave Spain was the SPANISH INQUISITION and the banning of Islam as an acceptable religion in the late 1400s.
it has a pick your own religion, we wont care law Spain does not have an "official" religion is Roman Catholicism. The predominant religion is Roman Catholicism, but they tolerate all religions.
Spain is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic.
Catholicism is the main religion of Spain.
Spain does not have an official religion. The largest religion of Spain is Roman Catholic (94%). Others are practiced but are minorities. Almost any religion known is practiced. It just depends on the number of followers.
The main language is Spanish and the main religion is Roman Catholicism. But Spain is a multi-cultural country.
NO. The Muslims actually imposed their own culture, values, and dress on the parts of Spain that they conquered.
The dominant religion in the Middle Ages depended on where you were. In most of Europe, it was Christianity, and in the Middle East and North Africa, for most of the Middle Ages, it was Islam. There were places where both were about equally important, such as Spain.
Most likely Catholic but some experts say that Christianity is a popular and GROWING religion in Spain.
Muslim especially in southern spain
Spain is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic.
The reason Roman Catholicism is the most followed religion in Latin America is, most of these territories were once conquered and settled by Spain, France and Portugal, which are overwhelmingly Catholic on their own. The new masters imposed their culture -- including religion -- upon the conquered Native American peoples.
There is no "eastern religion" or "western religion." Christianity, Judiasm, and most the religions practiced in the Western Hemisphere originated in the Eastern Hemisphere and spread around the world. Islam, what is thought of as a very Eastern religion by most people who don't know much about it, actually spread up through Africa and into Spain by the Moors, who were eventually defeated. Religion has no bourdaries.
Roman Catholic is the major religion:):)
The same religion that Spain had; Catholicism. Of course there were some Jews and Muslims in Spain, but in New Spain, just about everyone (including the natives) were expected to be Catholic.