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Where is spanish the official language?


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Answered 2012-09-08 15:46:13

Spain

Colombia

Peru

Venezuela

Ecuador

Guatemala

Cuba

Bolivia

Honduras

Paraguay

El Salvador

Costa Rica

Panama

Equatorial Guinea

Puerto Rico

Mexico

Argentina

Chile

Dominican Republic

Nicaragua

Uruguay

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