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  1. Espagne — Wikipédia

    L'Espagne, en forme longue le royaume d'Espagne (respectivement en castillan España Écouter et Reino de España), est un pays d'Europe du Sud — et, selon les définitions, d'Europe de l'Ouest — qui occupe la plus grande partie de la péninsule Ibérique. En 2019, il s'agissait du vingt-huitième pays le plus peuplé du monde, avec 47 ...

  2. Spain - Wikipedia

    UTC+1 to +2 (WEST and CEST): Note: most of Spain observes CET/CEST, except the Canary Islands and Plazas de soberanía which observe WET/WEST.. Although located in Western European Time/UTC (Z) zone, since 16 March 1940, during WW2, Spain adopted (without reversal to this day) Central European Time/UTC+1 as standard time, with a +1:14:44 offset (and +2:14:44 during DST) from Madrid LMT (UTC-00 ...

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  3. Espagne - Wikipedia

    Espagne may refer to: . French for Spain.; A number of steamships were named Espagne, including - . SS Espagne (1891), 3,951 GRT, a French cargo ship SS Espagne (Anversois, 1909), 1,463 GRT, a Belgian cargo ship torpedoed and sunk in 1917

  4. Robert-Espagne - Wikipedia

    Robert-Espagne is a commune in the Meuse department in Grand Est in north-eastern France. On 29 August 1944, the 3rd Panzergenadier Division of the German Wehrmacht massacred 86 inhabitants of this and the three neighboring villages of Beurey-sur-Saulx , Couvonges and Mognéville .

    • 7.33 km² (2.83 sq mi)
    • France
    • 155–233 m (509–764 ft)
    • Grand Est
  5. Murcia - Wikipedia

    Murcia (/ ˈ m ʊər s i ə /, US also / ˈ m ɜːr ʃ (i) ə /, Spanish: ()) is a city in south-eastern Spain, the capital and most populous city of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia, and the seventh largest city in the country, with a population of 447,182 inhabitants in 2018 (about one third of the total population of the Region).

    • 43 m (141 ft)
    • 30001 to 30012
    • 825
    • Spain
  6. Espagne - Wiktionary

    May 26, 2020 · French: ·Spain (a country in Europe) ... Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary

  7. Chants d'Espagne - Wikipedia'Espagne

    Chants d'Espagne, Op. 232, (Spanish: Cantos de España = Songs of Spain) is a suite of originally three, later five pieces for the piano by Isaac Albéniz. Prélude, Orientale and Sous le palmier were published in 1892, and Córdoba and Seguidillas were added in the 1898 edition.

  8. Spain national football team - Wikipedia

    Spain has been a member of FIFA since FIFA's foundation in 1904, even though the Spanish Football Federation was first established in 1909. The first Spain national football team was constituted in 1920, with the main objective of finding a team that would represent Spain at the Summer Olympics held in Belgium in that same year.

  9. Folia - Wikipedia

    La Folía (Spanish), or Follies of Portugal (English), also known as folies du Portugal or folies d'Espagne (French), La Follia (Italian), and Folia (Portuguese), is one of the oldest remembered [citation needed] European musical themes, or primary material, generally melodic, of a composition, on record.

  10. Ceuta - Wikipedia

    Controlling access between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, the Strait of Gibraltar is an important military and commercial chokepoint.The Phoenicians realized the extremely narrow isthmus joining the Peninsula of Almina to the African mainland makes Ceuta eminently defensible and established an outpost there in the early 1st millennium BC.