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Hispaniola is the name of the island in the West Indies which contains Haiti (french-speaking) and the Dominican Republic (spanish-speaking).
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Cuba, and Dominican Republic
Bolivia and Paraguay, both in South America.
PARAGUAY, a Spanish-speaking country in South America, is known for specifically for having a flag were the obverse and reverse sides have different images.
They are both Spanish, Meaning - These two people (man/woman or two men) are from Spain = ambos son de España. Meaning - These two things are hispanic/spanish speaking - ambos son hispanos/latinos.
The website in the related links below includes a list of Spanish speaking countries, and their capitals and two maps showing those countries.
The island of Hispaniola. It is divided in two sovereign states, one French-speaking (Haiti), the other one Spanish-speaking (the Dominican Republic).
The equator passes through two Spanish speaking countries: Colombia and Ecuador. It also goes through Brazil, however Spanish is not widely spoken in Brazil. Peru is also narrowly missed by the equator.
Cuba and the Dominican Republic are the names of two Spanish-speaking islands. Both islands, along with Puerto Rico, number among the islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Examples of Spanish-speaking islands elsewhere in the world range from the Canary Islands in the central-eastern Atlantic Ocean to Easter Island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean and Mallorca in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea.