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POPULATION IN SPAIN

With a population of approximately 44 million and a density of 80 people per square kilometre, Spain has a density index which is six times lower than most countries in the European Union and only a little more than Greece. The Castilla La Mancha region has the lowest population and the area around Madrid the highest concentration. Around 78 percent of Spain's population are now living in cities and towns.

Spain itself is divided into 17 autonomous regions with 50 separate provinces and 2 autonomous cities (Ceuta and Melilla) on the African Continent. From the total foreigner population of 9 %, 30 % are from Africa (80 % from Morocco) and 20 % from the American Continent.

Catalan, Basque, Galician, Spanish and Portuguese are representative cultures for Spain and the reason for several different dialects. The majority of people (90 %) are Roman Catholic.

Between 1965 and 1985 Spain went through a drastic reduction of 38% in its birth rate from 21 to 13 per thousand. The average life expectancy for women is 82 years and for men 79 years.

   
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