I made this poll again because it was closed when some people began to discus things not related with this thread using agressive words. So, please, write about Spanish leaders, special units, or special buildings. Which leaders do you want for the Spanish civilization? 1) Isabella (or Isabel la Católica in Spanish) is the most famous, but she just ruled in Castille. +88 votes 2) Ferdinand (or Fernando el Católico) was the first ruler in Spain considered as King of Spain by the other European rulers, and he ruled in Castille, Aragon and Navarre. +27 votes 3) Charles I (or Carlos I) was the most powerful ruler in his time, but the problem is that he ruled in Germany too. +24 votes 4) Philip II (or Felipe II) was the first King of all Spain because, in his time, Portugal was considered a Spanish kingdom and used the non-official title of "King of the Spains". +49 votes 5) Philip V (or Felipe V) was the first one who used the title of "King of Spain". +13 votes 6) Charles III (or Carlos III) used politics of Enlightenment to develop Spain in economy, culture, and science. Besides, he helped Washington in the War of Independence. +13 votes 7) Azaña was the main Prime Minister of the II Spanish Republic, time of social and culture evolution. +4 votes 8) Franco was a dictator who ruled during 30 years and was friend of Hitler, although later he was friend of Eishenhower. +25 votes 9) Felipe González was the main Prime Minister of the nowadays Spanish democracy. +2 votes 10) Liuvigild, Reccared, Recesvintus, or another Visigoth King of Spain. During 6th-8th centuries, the Visigoths ruled in Spain with the capital in Toledo. In the time of Liuvigild and Reccared, Spain was the most developed and powerful territory in Western Europe. +11 votes 11) Isabella+Ferdinand, the Catholic Kings. New option I don't include Arab leaders because they weren't considered by themselves as Spanish. Besides, I don't include Cordobese emirs, Leonese kings, Castillian kings, Aragonese kings, and Portuguese kings (the Portuguese were considered as Spanish by themselves and their neighbours) because they didn't rule in all the Spanish territory.