Spain (Spanish: España, ), formally the Kingdom of Spain (Spanish: Reino de España), is a country in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of territory across the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. Its continental European territory is situated on the Iberian Peninsula.
España, y en mayor midida Castiella, dada la prohibición de comerciu pa la Corona de Aragón, sigue prosperando baxo la dinastía Habsburgu, per aciu del comerciu coles colonies americanes; pero al tiempu sostenta guerres escontra Francia, Inglaterra y les Provincies Xuníes.
España is the Spanish name for Spain, a country in southern Europe.. España may also refer to: . Spanish battleship Alfonso XIII, served 1915 to 1937 and renamed España in 1931
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Spain is a country in Southern Europe. It is in the Iberian Peninsula.Spain has borders with France, Portugal, Andorra and Morocco.In Spain's northeast side are the Pyrenees mountains.
La historia de España engloba el período comprendido desde la primera colonización humana en la prehistoria en la península ibérica hasta la actualidad. La formación del Estado español inicia a finales de la Edad Media con la unión o invasión (caso de Navarra y Granada) de los reinos que acabarán formando Castilla, León, Aragón, Navarra y Granada
Lucio España (1971–2005), kolumbianischer Fußballspieler Miguel España (* 1964), mexikanischer Fußballspieler Trini España (1937–2009), spanische Flamenco-Tänzerin
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España Boulevard is an 8–lane major thoroughfare in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, named after Spain, the country that formerly held the Philippines as an overseas territory. True to its name, several Spanish names abound the street. It starts at the Welcome Rotonda near the boundary of Quezon City and Manila and ends with a Y-intersection with Lerma and Nicanor Reyes Streets in Manila.
Before becoming what it is today, the boulevard was a part of the Hacienda de Sulucan, one of the ten barrios which formed Sampaloc. In 1694, the hacienda was donated to the sisters of the Monasterio de Santa Clara. In 1905, it was turned over to the Sulucan Development Corporation. The road was constructed in 1913 as an access road to Sulucan, under the condition that it be named "España".
España is an east–west artery of Manila. It connects Lerma and Nicanor Reyes streets of Sampaloc district at the west end to the Mabuhay Rotonda, Quezon City at the east end. The entire street is straddled by a center island, which is only broken at major intersections and at the railroad crossing. Vehicles are allowed to make a left-turn only on two intersections: southward to Lacson Avenue and at the western terminus going to Nicanor Reyes Street. España is two kilometers long ...
España is infamous for its floods during the rainy season. This is because it serves as a catch basin for runoff water from higher elevated Quezon City, as Sampaloc used to be a swamp-marsh area. It is common to find people wading in waist-deep floods especially when a typhoon passes through Manila, causing suspension of classes. Fernando Poe, Jr.'s funeral procession passed through España on its way to Manila North Cemetery from Sto. Domingo Church in Quezon City. As many 3 million ...
Fue descubierto en 2003 por un equipo dirigido por José Luis Ortiz Moreno en el Observatorio de Sierra Nevada en España y en 2004 por un equipo dirigido por Mike Brown del Caltech en el Observatorio Palomar en los Estados Unidos. Las circunstancias en torno a su descubrimiento generaron gran controversia, por lo que la UAI no nombró un ...