Andalusian people

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Andalusians
Flag of Andalus.svg
National Flag of Andalus
Total population
c. 100 - c. 150 million worldwide
Andalus: 84,128,782
Q1 2016 estimate
Regions with significant populations
Apomo 11,450,000
Arriola 4,300,000
Brunswick 1,200,000
Sukoyria 1,020,000
Etrusque 800,000
Eilat 500,000
Kwangju 120,000
Okaiken 4,500
Manoa 2,100
Languages

Standard Beidar and Andalusian Etruscan
Numerous indigenous languages are also recognized. Various other languages.

Religion

Multiple denominations

Andalusians (Etruscan: Andalouses (Beidar: الأندلسيين) are the people who are identified with the country of Andalus. This connection may be residential, legal, historical, or cultural. For most Andalusians, several (or all) of these connections exist and are collectively the source of their being Andalusian. Due to Andalus's multicultural background it is difficult and controversial to identify one ethnic group as truly "Andalusian", and therefor is not recorded by government officials.