A collection of maps about the diverse Spanish vocabulary and its varieties in America, Europe, and Africa. The Spanish language is known as “Español” or “Castellano” (Castillian). Although both terms are interchangeable, in some places one is preferred over the other. Between 480 and 577 million people use Spanish in their daily life, mostly in parts of America, called Hispanoamerica (Spanish-speaking countries of North, Central, and South America), and also in Europe, in Spain. Unknown to many people is the fact that is also still spoken in Africa, in Equatorial Guinea, and of course also in the territories that belongs to Spain: Canary Islands, Ceuta, and Melilla. In Asia and Oceania is still possible to hear Spanish in the former colony, the Philippines, and on Easter Island (which belongs to Chile).
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