Federación Hispánica
Hispanic Federation
Timeline: Hispanic Federation

OTL equivalent: Spanish Empire
(Vision) Flag of Spain

Plus Ultra (Latin for)
("Further Beyond")

Anthem "Marcha Real"
Capital Sevilla
Largest city México
Other cities Los Ángeles, Madrid, Medellín, Bogotá, Lima, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Cumaná, Maracaibo, Panamá, La Havana, Santo Domingo, Guayaquil, Tacna, Santiago de Chile, Santiago de Cuba, many others
  others Catalan, Basque, Galician, Aragonese (official minority languages), Indigenous languages, German, Italian, English
Roman Catholicism
  others Judaism, Protestantism
Ethnic Groups
  others White, Mulato
Demonym Spaniard
Government Constitutional Federal Monarchy
  legislature Council of Spain
Emperor Juan Carlos I
  dynasty: of Bourbon
President Raúl Castro
Area area 
Population app. 400,000,000 
Established October 19, 1782
Independence from Spanish Empire (reform)
Currency Peso
Internet TLD .hf

The Hispanic Federation (Spanish: Federación Hispánica) is a nation. The Federation was formed in October 19, 1782, Unification Day (Spanish: Día de la Unificación) after the end of the Bourbon Reforms. Its capital is Seville.


Formation of the Hispanic Federation

The Hispanic Federation came to be in October 19, 1782, when the Bourbon Reforms ended the Spanish Empire, establishing the Federation instead. The formerly very centralised Castillian Spanish Empire divided the formerly centralised power into several different semi-independent nations, including Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Argentina. The popular change contented the rebellious Colonial peasants and stopped all rebellions.

The Noble Insurrection

However, this move, although popular with the Spanish peasantry, was extremely unpopular with the feudal-like Spanish aristocracy, which, in 1802, rebelled against the current king Fernando VII. This insurrection almost destroyed the Federative government and large areas of Spain.

Although the Insurrection ended in early 1803, Spain was destroyed. Castille and Catalonia, formerly the richest parts of European Spain, became unproductive and poor. In order to counter the Spanish impoverishment, the Spanish king moved the Federation's central seat into the still rich Andalusia. Its richest point, Seville, was declared the capital of the Federation.

The Bourbon family, much beloved by the Spanish populace, died when Fernando VII died heirless in 1833. The death of the dynasty started a two-year old power vacuum that almost reached anarchy. However, in January 14, 1835, Francisco de Paula Santander took control over the Seville throne and re-established monarchic power over the Federation.


Administrative Divisions

The Hispanic Federation is divided in Kingdoms (Spanish: Reinos). They are: