:blink: According your sources Galicia is west Asturias. Sorry, Portugal will never be Spain, if that is the goal that this thread is trying to prove. Portugal belonged already to Spain since 1580 to 1640. The kingdom of Asturias had a loose control of Galicia.
Never say never :p if we all rented our countries to our neighbouring countries for 100 years or so temporarily switching lands with them :lol: 100 not but 60 yes.
CB loves her, but he's not in love with her, unlike how Finn and Flame Princess were. I'm not saying anything bad about PB though, but there is a big possibility that she may use Finn to do her dirty work. would be a fair choice, but she's over 1000 years old and she's immortal, so what if Finn dies?
She was all wrinkly and stuff, because she is still HALF-DEMON. Also, they're only interested in being friends.
She was all wrinkly and stuff, because she is still HALF-DEMON. But she only exists in Ice King's imagination, so if they can find a way to make her real, then there would be a possibility than Finnonna would be canon.
Princess Bubblegum would be a sex offender if she would get together with Finn. If she would turn 13, Lemongrab would rule the kingdom (In Lemonhope, it was shown that he is, still in fact alive).On the question of whether they think IU and Lee Hyun Woo's relationship can progress into a romantic one, they wrote, "We don't know." Allkpop | Dispatch IU and Lee Hyun Woo have apparently been spotted on an outing together at the movie theater, raising eyebrows with the photos that have surfaced. Just saw a movie together"Source: Star News via Naver1.Photos of a girl and guy, who are reportedly IU and Lee Hyun Woo, were uploaded on several popular online communities and eventually made their way into the media. [ 180, -45] Lee Hyun Woo is at the height of his career right now where managing his image is of the utmost importance... Portugal and Castilla are the result of that, nobles that wanted more independence from the king (and not a "national" or "popular" struggle to get freedom and independence, as many point out). So did the nobility all over the kingdom of Asturias, not only Galician.