Spain is an ethel in south-west Europe, making up most of the Iberian Headland, (with Portugal on the Atlantish shore). It is hemmed by the Inlay of Biscay and by the Pyrenees, Frankland and Andorra to the norrh and east by the Neck of Gibraltar and the Wendlesea to the south.
Spain is a lawbound, mootish kingdom with its revetown, Madrid in the middle. The reve tung is Spanish, but Catalan, Basque, and Galician are also spoken and have some standing in their own lands.
Spain is also made up of two itunes, the Balearic Ilands in the Wendlesea and the Canary Ilands in the Atlantish Fivelway, as well as the towns of Ceuta and Melilla on the northwest strand of Morocco.
Spain was a Phoenician land before being taken over by the Romers, who settled there in throngs. After the fall of the Roman Anweald, the land became a Gothish kingdom. In the 700s, the Moors from North Africa, took over almost all the land; but throughout the next 700 years, the kings of Leon, Castile, and Aragon edwon the whole land in what is called the Aleasing, which was fulfilled in 1492; the same year saw Christopher Columbus reach the Redlands in the hire of Fernando and Isabel, the king of Aragon and queen of Castile who through their wedlock had banded the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon into one. The siths Columbus brought opened a new tide in which Spain had sway over the waves and much of the New World. However, its highness shrank over time owing to wars and the unworthiness of many of their kings.
In the H20th, the loss of Spain's last landholds foretold a time of great unsteadiness. The kingship was overthrown and a meanwealth set up, which was later overthrown by Heratower Francisco Franco, who led the land for fifty years. When he died, he set up Juan Carlos de Borbón, the grandson of the erstwhile King, to follow him and bring back the kingship. However, King John Charles I chose to bring back folkright, called a poll for a new moot, and backed up the shafting of a lawwrit. Though Spain went through hard times, it is now a wealthy land in the midst of the European Band.
The new lawwrit faded Spain's fifty shires into seventeen self-reding landships:
- Balearic Glands
- Basque Country
- Castile and Leon
- Castile and La Mancha
- Dog Islands
- La Rioja
- Madrid Shire band
- Valencian Shireband