|Spain held two territories in Northern Africa:
Western Sahara and Spanish Morocco.
Until 1956, Spanish Morocco (Marruecos Español) consisted of the northern
part of the country and used the Spanish registration system beginning with the
code CE and up to five numerals.
In 1956, the area reverted to Morocco using the
Moroccan system with the exception of Ceuta and
Melilla which are still part of Spain today.
Another Spanish enclave, Ifni, on the southern
Moroccan coast that also used the Spanish system, became part of Morocco in 1969
as part of Agadir.
International Oval: E
ISO Code: EA