Spanish immigration to Germany

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Spaniards in Germany
Total population

600,000 (with Spaniards ancestry) [1]

155,918 (Spaniards citizens)[2]
Regions with significant populations
Berlin · Frankfurt · Munich · Hamburg · Cologne
Languages
German · Spanish
Religion
Major Catholicism · Others
Related ethnic groups
Spaniards · Other European peoples


Germans of Spanish descent is any citizen or resident of Germany who is of Spanish ancestral origin. Between 1960-1973 up to 600,000 Spaniards emigrated to Germany.[3]

Notable people[edit]

List of Spaniards in Germany: Mario Gomez, Heinz Harald Frentzen, Gonzalo Castro, Francisco Copado, Curro Torres, Enrique Sánchez Lansch, Eduardo Garcia, founder of the company Garmo AG, Joachim Llambi, Marc Gallego, Stefan Ortega, Joselu, Daniel Brühl, Aarón Dian Darias Scheithe, Oscar Corrochano, Stephanie zu Guttenberg, Alberto Mendez, Vanessa Petruo, Alexandra Sanchez, Santiago Ziesmer, Sercan Sararer, Marcos Alvarez, Marcel Titsch-Rivero, Gabi Delgado-López.

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