What are the different types of Spanish languages and accents?

Types of Spanish Accents Differences in Spanish from Latin America And Spain Video Spanish Accent Battle: Celebrity Edition Country/Territory Status Population (2014)[2] Regulatory body More information Mexico De facto[3] 120,286,655 Academia Mexicana de la Lengua Mexican Spanish Colombia De jure[4] 48,400,388 Academia Colombiana de la Lengua Colombian Spanish Spaina De jure[5] 47,737,941 Real Academia Española Peninsular Spanish Argentina De facto[6] 43,024,374 Academia Argentina de Letras Rioplatense Spanish Perub De jure[7] 30,147,935 Academia Peruana de la Lengua Peruvian Coast Spanish Venezuela De jure[8] 28,868,486 Academia Venezolana de la Lengua Venezuelan Spanish Chile De facto[9] 17,363,894 Academia Chilena de la Lengua Chilean Spanish Ecuadorc De jure[10] 15,654,411 Academia Ecuatoriana de la Lengua Ecuadorian Spanish Guatemala De jure[11] 14,647,083 Academia Guatemalteca de la Lengua Guatemalan Spanish Cuba De jure[12] 11,047,251 Academia Cubana de la Lengua Cuban Spanish Boliviad De jure[13] 10,631,486 Academia Boliviana de la Lengua Bolivian Spanish Dominican Republic De jure[14] 10,349,741 Academia Dominicana de la Lengua Dominican Spanish Honduras Honduras De jure[15] 8,598,561 Academia Hondureña de la Lengua Honduran Spanish Paraguaye De jure[16] 6,703,860 Academia Paraguaya de la Lengua Española Paraguayan Spanish El Salvador De jure[17] 6,125,512 Academia Salvadoreña de la Lengua Salvadoran Spanish Nicaragua De facto[18] 5,848,641 Academia Nicaragüense de la Lengua Nicaraguan Spanish Costa Rica De jure[19] 4,755,234 Academia Costarricense de la Lengua Costa Rican Spanish Puerto Ricof De jure[20] 3,620,897 Academia Puertorriqueña de la Lengua Española Puerto Rican Spanish Panama De jure[21] 3,608,431 Academia Panameña de la Lengua Panamanian Spanish Uruguay De facto[22] 3,332,972 Academia Nacional de Letras Uruguayan Spanish Equatorial Guineag De jure[23] 1,722,254 Academia Ecuatoguineana de la Lengua Española Equatoguinean Spanish