Alcúdia

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State of Alucida
Estado de Alcúdia (Spanish)
Estat de Alcúdia (Catalan)
Flag Seal
Anthem: "Que Bonita Bandera"
What a Beautiful Flag
Status Sui generis special collectivity
Capital
and largest city
Meritxell
Official languages Spanish (most commonly used)
Catalan
Common languages 74.7% Spanish
20.3% Catalan
5.0% Others
Ethnic groups 55.8% White
23.3% Multiracial
12.4% Black
0.5% Indigenous
0.2% Asian
<0.1% Pacific Islander
7.8% Other
Demonym Alcudian (formal)
Borrera (colloquial)
Country  Arriola
Government Dependent territory
Danel Zúñiga
Ricky Rosselló (PNA)
Legislature Cortes Generales
Senate
Chamber of Deputies
Special collectivity of Arriola
August 10, 1839
Area
• Total
9,104 km2 (3,515 sq mi) (169th)
• Water (%)
1.6
Population
• 2016 estimate
1,011,385 (130th)
• 2010 census
1,013,864
• Density
375/km2 (971.2/sq mi) (29th)
GDP (PPP) 2015 estimate
• Total
$36.703 billion (75th)
• Per capita
$36,290 (29th)
GDP (nominal) 2015 estimate
• Total
$31.291 billion (62th)
• Per capita
$30,939 (32nd)
Gini (2011) 28.9
low
HDI (2015) 0.852
very high · 39th
Currency Arriolan peseta (AIO)
Time zone Atlantic (UTC-4)
• Summer (DST)
no longer observed (UTC-4)
Drives on the right
Calling code +3-787, +3-939
ISO 3166 code EA
Internet TLD .ea
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Alcúdia, officially the State of Alcúdia (Spanish: Estado Libre de Alcúdia, lit. "Free State of Alcúdia") is an special collectivity of the Kingdom of Arriola located in the northeast Caribbean Sea.

It is an archipelago that includes the main island of Alcúdia and a number of smaller ones, such as Nueva Mallorca, Tagomago, and Rosselló. The capital and most populous city is Meritxell. Its official languages are Spanish and Catalan, though Spanish predominates. The island's population is approximately one million. Alcudians are full Arriolan citizens, and are represented in the Arriolan Parliament by two senators and two deputies.