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  1. Asturias, Spain is officially called the Principality of Asturias and is found on the coastline of Spain’s Northern Atlantic border. Most of Spain’s coastline is on the Mediterranean, but Asturias, Spain resides on the Northern Atlantic Ocean. Asturias is a small region in Spain, covering a total area of just 4,000 square miles.

  2. Asturias is situated in north-west Spain and has a population of 1.02 million. The region’s coal mining industry was concentrated in the south west and central areas of the region, where the region’s coal power plants are also located. However, only one coal mine remains active. The region is composed of 78 municipalities, of which 57 are

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    Asturias is situated in a mountainous setting with vast greenery and lush vegetation, making it part of Green Spain. The region has a maritime climate. It receives plenty of annual rainfall and little sunshine by Spanish standards and has very moderated seasons, most often averaging in the lower 20s celsius.

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  5. Asturias (capital: Oviedo) is located in the north of Spain. The region occupies an area of 10,603.57 km² and has 1,022,205 inhabitants, which account for 2.2% of the country’s population (2018) (Eurostat, 2020).

  6. Asturias is also a major producer of zinc, but production has fallen off considerably since the mid-19th century. Asturias’s industries are not greatly diversified, although the manufacture of cement, glass, food and beverages, tobacco, leather, and textiles has increased. The region’s undeveloped infrastructure has hindered industrial ...

    • Oviedo and its early mediaeval heritage. Santa Maria del Naranco, one of the oldest churches in Europe. Asturias has Europe's greatest number of pre-mediaeval or Visigothic monuments - monuments dating from the "dark ages" of European civilisation, from the seventh to the tenth centuries.
    • Aviles. Street in old quarter of Aviles. Aviles is a delightful small city; nothing spectacular here, but a very pleasant old centre, largely pedestrianized, with some impressive old buildings, such as the Palacio Ferrera, now a hotel.
    • Gijón. The Gigon peninsula, from San Lorenzo beach. Photo Corsanet. Gijón is an active seaport, though no longer the major industrial seaport that it used to be.
    • Picos de Europa. The dramatic peak of Naranjo de Bulnes - photo J. Lacruz. The Picos de Europa were the first area of Spain to be designated as a National Park.
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