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  1. España, también denominado Reino de España, [nota 1] es un país soberano transcontinental, miembro de la Unión Europea, constituido en Estado social y democrático de derecho y cuya forma de gobierno es la monarquía parlamentaria.

  2. EMI fue una compañía discográfica multinacional que comprendía al sello EMI Music, con sede en Brook Green y a EMI Music Publishing, con sede en Charing Cross Road, ambas en la ciudad de Londres, Inglaterra.

  3. Louis I (Luis Felipe; 25 August 1707 – 31 August 1724) was King of Spain from 15 January 1724 until his death in August the same year. His reign is one of the shortest in history , lasting for just over seven months.

  4. Marco Emilio Lépido. Marco Emilio Lépido (en latín, Marcus Aemilius Lepidus; fallecido en Cerdeña, República romana, 77 a. C.), fue un general y estadista de la Antigua Roma perteneciente a la familia de la gens Emilia, además fue cónsul en 78 a. C. Participó en la guerra Social, y en las posteriores guerras civiles se convirtió en partidario de Sila.

  5. Spain in the Middle Ages is a period in the History of Spain that began in the 5th Century following the Fall of the Western Roman Empire and ended with the beginning of the Early modern period in 1492. In quite a few ways, the history of Spain is marked by waves of conquerors who brought their distinct cultures to the peninsula.

  6. The Iberian peninsula has had a history of receiving different musical influences from around the Mediterranean Sea and across Europe. In the two centuries before the Christian era, Roman rule brought with it the music and ideas of Ancient Greece; early Christians, who had their own differing versions of church music arrived during the height of the Roman Empire; the Visigoths, a Romanized ...

  7. Governor of New Spain. This office covered the territories that were claimed by Hernán Cortés. The office covered the territories that were under the control of the Governor of the Indies after 1524. 13 August 1521 – 24 December 1521 Hernán Cortés 24 December 1521 – 30 December 1521 Cristóbal de Tapia