Friday, November 15, 2013

Provinces of Spain

There are fifty provinces in Spain. When, in 1978, the new Spanish Constitution was drafted, autonomous communities were created. Grouping together bordering provinces with common historic, cultural and economic characteristics created these new regions.
The fifty provinces together with the community to which they belong are shown below.




Province
Autonomous community
Álava
País Vasco
Albacete
Castilla-La Mancha
Alicante
Valencia
Almería
Andalucía
Asturias
Asturias
Ávila
Castilla y León
Badajoz
Extremadura
Barcelona
Catalonia
Burgos
Castilla y León
Cáceres
Extremadura
Cádiz
Andalucía
Cantabria
Cantabria
Castellón
Valencia
Ciudad Real
Castilla-La Mancha
Córdoba
Andalucía
Cuenca
Castilla-La Mancha
Gerona
Catalonia
Granada
Andalucía
Guadalajara
Castilla-La Mancha
Guipúzcoa
País Vasco
Huelva
Andalucía
Huesca
Aragón
Islas Baleares
Islas Baleares
Jaén
Andalucía
La Coruña
Galicia
La Rioja
La Rioja
León
Castilla y León
Lérida
Catalonia
Lugo
Galicia
Madrid
Madrid
Málaga
Andalucía
Murcia
Región de Murcia
Navarra
Navarra
Ourense
Galicia
Palencia
Castilla y León
Las Palmas
Islas Canarias
Pontevedra
Galicia
Salamanca
Castilla y León
Tenerife
Islas Canarias
Segovia
Castilla y León
Sevilla
Andalucía
Soria
Castilla y León
Tarragona
Catalonia
Teruel
Aragón
Toledo
Castilla-La Mancha
Valencia
Valencia
Valladolid
Castilla y León
Vizcaya
País Vasco
Zamora
Castilla y León
Zaragoza
Aragón


 
more blogs by Robert Bovington...
"Photographs of Spain"
"postcards from Spain"
"you couldn't make it up!"
"a grumpy old man in Spain"
"bits and bobs"
"Spanish Expressions"
"Spanish Art"
"Books About Spain"

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