It is truly "the world is so big", this phrase is vividly reflected in the Strait of Gibraltar.
The Strait of Gibraltar is the only access to the Atlantic Ocean from the Mediterranean, bordering Spain to the north and Morocco to the south. However, "Gibraltar", which belonged to Spanish land on the north bank, belonged to British possessions, and "Ceuta", which was supposed to belong to Moroccan territory on the south bank, belonged to Spanish possessions.
Is it that after the "Gibraltar", which originally belonged to Spain, was seized by the British, Spain "could not be angry" to Morocco on the south coast and also "grabbed" Ceuta to relieve the qi? Shouldn't Spain go to British soil to "grab" territory? How did Morocco come?