Autonomous Communities of Spain


Spain is divided into 17 autonomous communities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The largest autonomous community in Spain is Andalucia, which comprises of Cadiz, Cordoba, Malaga, Granada, Jaen, Seville

Catalonia comprises of the provinces of Gerona, Barcelona, Taragona, Lleida and

The Valencian Community is made up of Castelleon, Valencia and Alicante provinces
Madrid Region
Galicia
Castile and Leon
Basque Country
Castilla La Mancha
Canary Islands
Murcia Region
Aragon
Extremadura
Balearic Islands
Asturias
Navarre
Cantabria
La Rioja

There are also two enclaves of Cueta and Melilla are located in Morocco, Africa.

The autonomous communities are then divded into provinces.

Andalucía

Andalucia is the largest of Spain's autonomous communities and comprises of seven provinces, namely:GranadaJaénAlmeriaCordobaSevillaMalagaCadizHuelvaAndalucia was occupied by the Muslim Moors from North Africa from Known as "El Andalus"The moors left an indelible mark on Spanish culture in the

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Asturias

Map of Asturias

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Catalonia

Catalonia Map

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Community of Madrid

Map of the Community of Madrid

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Extremadura

Map of Extremadura

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Galicia

Map of Galicia Galicia is situated on Spain's Northwestern corner, above Portugal.It's distinct culture, language and landscape gives one the impression of being in anotherIt's less known Due to depopulation, property prices in some areas are cheap. The area features a dramitic landscape.

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Provinces of Spain

    Spain has 50 provinces

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