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Galicia / Galiza

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Galicia / Galiza

Castellano Galicia - Comunidade Autónoma de Galicia

Galicia es una comunidad autónoma española, situada al noroeste de la Península Ibérica. Geográficamente, limita al norte con el mar Cantábrico, al sur con Portugal, al oeste con el océano Atlántico y al este con el Principado de Asturias y Castilla y León.

Galego Galiza - Comunidade Autónoma de Galiza

Galicia ou Galiza é unha Comunidade Autónoma do Reino de España con estatuto de nacionalidade histórica segundo a Constitución española e o seu Estatuto de Autonomía de Galicia, situada ó noroeste da Península Ibérica. Ó leste linda con Asturias e Castela e León, ó oeste co Océano Atlántico, ó norde co Mar Cantábrico) e ó sur coa República de Portugal, no comezo un condado galego que se independizou do Reino de Galicia entre os anos 1128 e 1140. (provincias de Zamora e de León).

English Galicia / Galiza - Autonomous Community of Galicia
Galicia is a region in ► Spain that became a Spanish autonomous community in 1978. It is located in the northwest of Iberian Peninsula. It shares borders with ► Portugal to the South and the communities of Castile and León and Asturias to the East.

Short name Galicia / Galiza
Official  name Autonomous Community of Galicia
Status Autonomous community of ► Spain
Capital Santiago de Compostela
Population 2,737,370 inhabitants
Area 29,574 km²
Major  languages Galician, Spanish
Major  religions Roman Catholicism
More information Galicia / Galiza, Geography of Galicia / Galiza, History of Galicia / Galiza and Politics of Galicia / Galiza
More  images Galicia / Galiza - Galicia / Galiza (Category).

General maps

Locator map of Galicia.png Galicia
Tamaño de Galicia.jpg Map of Galicia
MapaLinguisticoGalego.png Linguistic map
Galician linguistic areas.PNG Detailled linguistic map of Galicia
Percentage of Galician speakers (corrected).PNG Percentage of Galician speakers
Galicia densidade de poboacion.PNG Population density in Galicia

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Galicia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Galicia.

Early history

Carte Neandertaliens anciens.jpg Pre-Neanderthals
Carte Neandertaliens.jpg Neanderthals
Map of Palaeolithic Art.png Palaeolithic art
Neolítico en Europa.png Neolithicum in Europe 5th millennium BCE
European Middle Neolithic.gif Europe in ca. 4500 BC-4000 BC
European Late Neolithic.gif Europe in ca. 4000 BC-3500 BC
Bellbeaker map europe.jpg Beaker culture
Beaker culture.png Extent of the Beaker culture (ca. 2800 – 1900 B.C.)
Arte esquematico iberico.png Pre-historic art in Iberia
Peninsula Iberica-Bronce Final.png The Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) in the bronze age
Atlantic Bronze Age.gif
Ethnographic Iberia 200 BCE.PNG Ethnographic Iberia 200 BCE
Prehispanic languages.gif Prehispanic languages and tribes
Lenguas-prerromanas.jpg Prehispanic languages
Mapa escriptures paleohispàniques-cast.jpg Paleohispanic writing systems excluding proper Lusitanian
Celts 800-400BC.PNG Possible extent of (proto-)Celtic influence 800-400 BC
Celts in Europe.png Celts in Europe
Celts in Iberia.PNG Celts in Iberia (200 BC)
Hallstatt LaTene.png Celts: Hallstatt (yellow) and La Tène (green) cultures

The Romans

Roman expansion 264 BC Shepherd.jpg Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of present Spain
Map of Rome and Carthage at the start of the Second Punic War.svg The Roman Republic and Carthago in 218, just prior to the Second Punic War
Hannibal route of invasion.gif Hannibals invasion in the Punic Wars
Expansion of Rome, 2nd century BC.gif Roman Republic 100 BCE
Roman Empire in 50 BC.png Map of the Roman Empire in 50
Roman Empire.png The extent of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire;
   133 BC
   44 BC (late Republic, after conquests by republican generals)
   AD 14 (death of Augustus)
   117 (maximum extension)
Roman Legions camps - AD 80.png Camps of the Roman Legions in 80
Romia Imperio.png Map of the Roman Empire in 116
Roman empire.png Roman Empire in 117
Hispania1.jpg Hispania under Octavio César Augusto (29-19 a. J. C.), after the Cantabrians Wars
Hispania2.JPG Hispania under Dioclecian, 293 AC

{{left|Image:Hispania 1a division provincial.PNG|Roman provinces in Iberia

Hispania 2a division provincial.PNG
Hispania 3a division provincial.PNG
Roman empire 395.jpg Roman Empire divided 395
Theodosius I's empire.png The division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
Extent of Western Roman Empire 395.png Western Roman Empire 395
Invasions of the Roman Empire 1.png Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Karte völkerwanderung.jpg Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Rome406.jpeg Division of the Roman Empire in 406

The Visigoths

Hispania3c.JPG Iberian Peninsula Around 560 AC
Visigoth migrations.jpg Visigoths migrations
Visigoth Kingdom.jpg Kingdom of the Visigoths
Hispania 565.png Spain in 564
Hispania3c.JPG Visigoths and Sueves
Reino de Galicia Suevos.png Kingdom of Suvean Galicia

Muslim Iberia and the Christian countries

Age of Caliphs.png Conquest by the Caliphs
Califate 750.jpg Caliphate around 750
Europe 814.jpg Europe in 814
Almoravid-empire-01.svg Empire of the Almoravides (in Spanish)
Almoravid-empire-en.svg Empire of the Almoravides (in English)
Al-Andalus-de-910.jpg Emirate of Cordoba
Al-Andalus-de-910.jpg Emirate of Cordoba
Iberia 1031 (norsk).jpg Iberia in 1031
Taifas.gif Iberia in 1031
Taifa de Zaragoza.jpg Taifas in 1080

Reconquista

[[|border|251x400px]] The Reconquista
Almoravid map reconquest loc.jpg The Reconquista
Almohad map reconquest loc.jpg The Reconquista
Pt-Reconquista2.jpg The Reconquista

United Spain

Habsburg Map 1547.jpg Habsburg Empire in 1547
Routes of the Spanish Armada.gif Routes of the Armada against Britain and the Netherlands
Europe map Napoleon 1811.png Europe under Napoleon
Agosto Septiembre 1936.png Civil War in 1936
Octubre 1937.png Civil War in 1937
Noviembre 1938.png Civil War in 1938
Spanish Map 1939.PNG Civil War in 1939, White: Spanish Republic Grey: Fascist

Old maps

This section holds copies of original general maps older than 70 years of this entry.

Mapa do Reino da Galiza (1773).jpg Mapa del Reyno de Galicia, 1784
Spanien Portugal 1905.png Spain in 1905, Bibliothek allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens für Militäranwärter Band I, 1905

Ethno-linguistic maps

Spain languages.PNG Languages of Spain:
   Catalan, co-official
,

Valencian Language and Balearic Language, everyone own by itself.

   Basque, co-official
   Galician, co-official
   Asturian, unofficial
   Aragonese, unofficial
   Aranese, co-official (dialect of Occitan)
Lenguas-espana.jpg Languages of Spain and dialects of Castillian
Iberianova.png This would be roughly the political configuration of the Iberian Peninsula if joining many of the thoughts of nationalist and regionalist parties. A Spanish State would be composed by the traditional regions or nations of Castile (Burgos, Soria, Palencia, Valladolid, Segovia, Avila, Madrid, La Rioja, Cantabria, Toledo, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Albacete, Guadalajara, Caceres, Badajoz, Murcia), Leon (Leon, Zamora, Salamanca, Asturias), Aragon (Huesca, Zaragoza, Teruel) and Andalusia (Huelva, Jaen, Malaga, Granada, Cadiz, Sevilla, Cordoba, Almeria), while 4 apart independent European states would be the Basque Country (Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa, Alava, Navarre), the Catalan Countries (Barcelona, Lleida, Girona, Tarragona, Castellon, Valencia, Alicante), Galicia (A Coruña, Lugo, Ourense, Pontevedra), and naturally Portugal.

Other maps

Galicia eclesiastica.PNG ecclesiastic division map o Galicia
Population densities in Spain (2005).png Density of population
[[|border|251x400px]] Agglomerations in Spain
Distribución de la población extranjera en España (2005).png Foreign population
Demografía urbana de España.png Main agglomerations in Spain
AVE-Diciembre2006.png The AVE Hight speed Railway Network

Notes and references

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