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(and largest city)
Spanish (Castilian), Catalan, Galician, Basque
  others Asturian-Leonese, Aragonese
Monarch Carlos VI
Prime Minister
Established 1519, with the unions of Castille-Leon, Aragon, Navarre and Granada.
Currency Peseta

Spain includes, more or less, OTL Spain, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti and Western Sahara.


In 1519, Charles I of Castille and the Indies inherited the crowns of Aragon, Navarre, Granada, Naples, Jerusalem, etc. from his grand-father Ferdinand of Aragon. Charles, future Emperor Charles V of the HRE, united his Iberian possessions as Spain and set the capital at Madrid.

Once in possession of almost all the Americas, the English, the French and the Portuguese carved parts of the Americas.

In 1801, Spain still controls most of the Americas, organized in four viceroyalties, and several hearings and general captaincies.

During the 19th century, some of these colonies broke free, under several circumstances: Venezuela, Florida, Chile.

In 1927, the monarchy was abolished and in the process Spain lost some other colonies.

In 1980, the monarchy was restored, and Charles Bourbon was proclaimed king as Charles VI.


Metropolitan Spain lies in the Iberian Peninsula, compromising 4/5 of it. Santo Domingo in the Caribbean, and Western Sahara and the Canary Islands in Africa, are also integra parts of Spain.


Iberian Spain borders France, Andorra and the Cantabrian Sea to the north; Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean to the West; Gibraltar, the Atlantic Ocean, the Straits of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean Sea to the South, and the Mediterranean Sea to the East.

Political Divisions

Spain is divided in Provinces and Autonomic Regions, plus two Autonomic Cities. Provinces are smaller than Autonomic Regions.

The Autonomic Regions, Autonomic Cities (*) and Provinces are:

  1. Andalusia
  2. Asturias
  3. Castile-La Mancha
  4. Castile-Leon
  5. Catalunya
  6. Ceuta(*)
  7. Galicia
  8. Islas Canarias
  9. Madrid
  10. Melilla(*)
  11. Navarra
  12. País Vasco
  13. Sáhara Occidental
  14. Santo Domingo
    • Cuba Occidental
    • Cuba Oriental
    • Haití
    • Puerto Rico
    • Santo Domingo
  15. Valencia