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List of titles and honours of Juan Carlos I of Spain
Main article: Juan Carlos I of Spain
Juan Carlos I of Spain has received numerous decorations and honorary appointments as monarch of Spain. Spanish monarchical Titles or Style are listed in order of degrees of sovereignty, nobility, and honour.
Titles in official use
The Spanish titles of Juan Carlos I as Monarch of Spain were as follows: Note: Titles in Pretence marked with * are historical titles which are only nominal and ceremonial.
National honours
 Spain
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Foreign honours
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Awards
International sovereign organisations
International Order of St. Hubertus
Protector of the International Order of St. Hubertus
Honorific eponyms
Other honours
Scholastic
The king has been the recipient of numerous honorary doctorates and degrees,[45] including:
Honorary doctorates
Degrees
Spanish Royal Academies
Spanish Royal Academies Board: High Patron (ex officio)[48] 22 November 1975 – 19 June 2014
Other
Gold Medal of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe, in 1996.
See also
Notes
*: Orders of the Kingdom of Spain with the grand mastership assumed by Francisco Franco as Spanish Head of State.
**: Dynastic orders with the domain remained by Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona, Head of the Spanish Royal House, until his formal renounce in 1977.
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