It belongs to Spain. It’s a small city called Melilla. And it’s one of two Spanish enclaves in Morocco, marking Europe’s only land border with Africa.
Does Spain own land in Africa?
One of two Spanish autonomous cities in mainland Africa together with Ceuta, it was part of the Province of Málaga until 14 March 1995, when the Statute of Autonomy of Melilla was passed. Melilla is one of the special territories of the European Union (EU).
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Does Spain share a border with Africa?
The Melilla border fence forms part of the Morocco–Spain border in the city of Melilla, one of two Spanish cities in north Africa. Constructed by Spain, its stated purpose is to stop illegal immigration and smuggling.
Can you walk from Africa to Europe?
Stretching across Africa, Asia and Europe, the route is 22,387-km-long and hypothetically stands to take 587 days to cover if you walked 8 hours daily. Ever wondered what a long, uninterrupted walk would be like?
Is Morocco in Spain or Africa?
Morocco is a Northern African country, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and the annexed Western Sahara. It is one of only three nations (along with Spain and France) to have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines.