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Verdskart som viser dei landa og delstatane som har kastiljansk og kastiljansk-baserte språk som hovudspråk eller utbreidd minoritetsspråk.
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Other note : this being a World map, only biggest rate of spanish speaking communities are show, by choice. Tiny rate spanish communities (france, turkey, ...) are not welcome on this world map.
This map shows all the parts of the World where Spanish or its créole languages are spoken. Note that this is not the same as the countries that are traditonally considered as the core of the Hispanidad (because they have Spanish as official language and it is the main language of the country, or because they have been historically important in the creation of the Hispanophone).
- Map-Hispanophone World.pngHispanophone
- Hispanidad.PNGCountries traditionally considered the core of the Hispanidad
Situació als Estats Units d'Amèrica:
Situación en los Estados Unidos de América:
Situation in the United States of America:
Situation aux États-Unis d'Amérique:
Sources for the legend
- In Europe:
- In Africa:
- Ceuta (Spain)
- Melilla (Spain)
- Canary Islands (Spain)
- Equatorial Guinea (Equatorial Guinean constitution of 1995; 4th article)
- In America:
- Colombia (Colombian Constitution of 1991; 10th article)
- Costa Rica (Costa Rican Constitution of 1949; 76th article)
- Cuba (1992 Cuban Constitution; 2nd article)
- Ecuador (1998 Equatorian Constitution; 1st article)
- El Salvador (1987 Salvadoran Constitution; 62th article)
- Guatemala (Guatemalan Constitution of 1993; 143th article)
- Honduras (Honduran Constitution of 1982; 6th article)
- Panamá (Panamanian Constitution of 1972; 7th article)
- Paraguay (Uruguayan Constitution of 1992; 140th article)
- Perú (Peruvian Constitution of 1993; 48th article)
- Puerto Rico
- República Dominicana
- Venezuela (Venezuelan Constitution of 1999; 9th article)
- In Oceania:
- Easter Island (Chile)
Situation in the United States of America:
- New Mexico (42.1%)
- California (32.4%)
- Texas (32.0%)
- Arizona (25.3%)
- Nevada (19.7%)
- Colorado (17.1%)
- Illinois (12.3%)
- Florida (16.8%)
- New York (15.1%)
- Jew Jersey (13.3%)
- Connecticut (9.4%)
- Utah (9.0%)
- Rhode Island (8.7%)
- Oregon (8.0%)
- Idaho (7.9%)
- Washington (7.5%)
- Kansas (7.0%)
- Massachusetts (6.8%)
- Wyoming (6.4%)
- Nebraska (5.5%)
- Georgia (5.3%)
- Oklahoma (5.2%)
- In the Iberian Peninsula
- Andorra: 71,822 inhabitants (CIA WF). The Spanish is taught at schools, and almost the entire population speaks it.
- In North Africa
- In the Caribbean:
- Aruba: 110,000 inhabitants (2000 Census). The official languages are Dutch and Papiamento, the native language spoken by almost the entire population. Spanish, along with English, is taught in schools and it is widely spoken (Source: The Official Tourism Website of Aruba).
- Belize: 130,000 speakers of Spanish (Source).
- Trinidad and Tobago: 4,100 speakers of Spanish (Source), mainly in fishing villages and communities of the southern peninsula.
- Netherlands Antilles (Bonaire, Curaçao, Sint Eustatius, Saba, Sint Maarten): 10,699 speakers of Spanish, 7.1%, and 114,835 of Papiamentu, 62.7% (2001 Census).
- In South America
- Brazil: Spanish and Portuñol speakers in the border regions between Brazil and its neighbour Hispanic American countries.
- Falklands Islands: the islands have had Hispanic population in the past (in 1828 Luis Vernet brought one hundred Gauchos and Indians from the Pampas to settle the islands), but since the British invasion, the Spanish has almost disappeared in the archipelago (Source).
- In Southeast Asia:
- Guam: 30,708 speak Chamorro at home (2000 Census).
- Northern Mariana Islands: 14,205 speakers of Chamorro (Source).
- The Philippines: some sources point that Spanish is estimated to have around 1,816,389 speakers in the Philippines (Source), while others estimate this number to be as high as 3,108,000 (Source). It was the official language of the country until 1987. Chavacano is also present, with 607,000 speakers (2000 census).
NOTE: The labels given to the sources of information provided in the legend are of four different types:
- The label "XXXX Census" means that the source comes from an official census.
- The label "CIA WF" means that that the source comes from the CIA World Factbook.
- The label "Source: [Official Website]" means that the source comes from an official website.
- The simple label "Source" means that that the source comes from somewhere else, and therefore it should be replaced by a reliable source.
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