Spain map vector

Spain vector map. Spain map vector (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Spain map vector (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Spain is a compact state the communications and relations amongst the state are pretty good. The capital of Spain, Madrid, is in the middle of the state therefore there is easy access for everyone. Most of Spain boundaries are water as its shown in Spain map vector: the Mediterranean Sea on the south and east from Gibraltar to the French border; and the Atlantic Ocean on the northwest and southwest, in the south the Golfo de Cadiz and in the north as the Bay of Biscay.
Spain no longer has any colonies and they are not another states colony. Before Spain lost all their colonies they had organized a huge imperial system to exploit the land, labor, and mineral wealth of the New World. The Spanish empire became the largest European empire since ancient Rome, and Spain used the wealth of the Americas to finance warfare in Europe as its mentioned in Spain map vector, protecting the Americas with a huge navy and powerful army and they brought Catholicism to the Americas. The Spanish were able to colonize much of South and Central America, but the territory that later became the United States stood far away from "Spain's New World empire".
Occupying the greater part of the Iberian Peninsula, Spain is the third-largest country in Europe, with an area of 504,782 sq km (194,897 sq mi) as you can see in Spain map vector. Comparatively, the area occupied by Spain is slightly more than twice the size of the state of Oregon. This total includes the Balearic Islands (Islas Baleares) in the western Mediterranean Sea and the Canary Islands (Islas Canarias) in the Atlantic Ocean west of Morocco; both island groups are regarded as integral parts of metropolitan Spain. The Spanish mainland extends 1,085 km (674 mi) East – West and 950 km (590 mi) North – South.