Who was the King of Spain in 1450?
In 1450 Spain did not exist as a political entity. Its territory
was divided in some different Kingdoms. Kings in Spain in 1450:
Kingdom of Aragón: Alfonso V (House of Trastámara)
Kingdom of Castilla: Juan II (House of Trastámara)
Kingdom of Navarra: Juan I (House of Evreux)
Nazarí Kingdom of Granada (Muslims): Muhammad IX
Spain did not exist as a single entity in 1450. What is today Spain, more or less, was divided in 4 kingdoms, whose kings were the following: - Castile, the biggest, covered most of the center and western part of Spain. It was ruled by King John II - Aragon, the second in size, covered the eastern part. It was ruled by King Alfonso V. - Navarre was a tiny kngdom in the western part…
Juan Carlos I has been King of Spain since 1975. The King of Spain was baptized Juan Carlos Alfonso Victor Maria de Borbon y Borbon-Dos Sicilias. He was born January 5, 1938 in Rome. He is the Grandson of Alfonso XIII the last King of Spain who was deposed in 1931. Juan Carlos I is the King of Spain.