The Principality of Asturias (Asturian: Principau d'Asturies or Asturies) is a province and an autonomous community of Spain on the north coast facing the Cantabric Sea (Spanish: Mar Cant brico). The capital is Oviedo; Other noteworthy cities are the major seaport Gijón, which is the biggest city of Asturias, and the industrial city of Avilés.
Oct 15, 2020 · The wealth of the Asturian subsoil has determined development, social conflicts, the economy and political trends throughout Asturias. Although the mining sector was implanted in the so-called Caudal and Nalón mining basins, the entire Principality depended in one way or another on the vicissitudes of mining. Even in the 90s of the 70th century, after the mining crisis had forced a great ...
Oct 22, 2021 · Villaviciosa is a fertile municipality in orchards and fruit trees that is located in the eastern half of the coast of Asturias. It is one of the cider capitals in the region. In its capital, the Apple Festival is celebrated on odd-numbered years, one of the most famous festivities in the Principality. It is a council of 15.000 inhabitants with numerous landscape and environmental resources ...
However, industrial activities and construction could resume their activities after 9 April. 7 April was the first day that the active cases decreased since the start of the pandemic in the region. Also on this day, Asturias surpassed 100 deaths and achieved a new record of recoveries with 50.
The whaling industry was once the town´s source of wealth. Today, Comillas is a town full of history and one of the most beautiful in Cantabria. Historic buildings, nice beaches, lovely plazas, and for Gaudi lovers, El Capricho. Lastres. Crossing into the Asturias region of northern Spain, we come across Lastres.
Potes is in the province of Cantabria in the Asturias and Cantabria region of Spain. Potes is a small town in the heart of the Picos de Europa and is considered to be one of the prettiest villages of Cantabria. Explore Potes. Spain This Way comment: Potes is a charming town in an idyllic setting.
The aerospace and defense industry is highly developed in Spain. In 2019 the Spanish market saw 13.4 billion euros in turnover and over 57,600 people employed. The industry is characterized by its continuous and steady growth over the last decade (83.7% since 2008) and significant investment in R&D, which accounts for 9% of the industry’s sales.