ⓘ Category:History of Galicia (Spain)

History of Galicia

Galicia, northern Portugal, Asturias, western Leon, and Zamora formed a single megalithic area since the Neolithic and Chalcolithic Ages also called the Copper Age, around 4500–1500 BC. The introduction of bronze-working methods in a new cultural era in which the new value of the metals as a result of intensive production. Some historians attribute this to the extremely dry and warm climate, as a result of erosion that revealed the rich mineral resources of the North. Peoples from the Castilian plateau moved to Galicia, thus increasing the population, because its position near the Atlantic ...

Province of Mondoñedo

Province of Mondoñedo One of the seven provinces which existed in Galicia from the 15th Century till 1833, from that date onwards the number of provinces were reduced to four, and the entire Province of Mondoñedo was first divided into two halves and later absorbed and assimilated into the existing provinces of Lugo and A Coruña. From the 15th century till 1833 Galicia was divided in seven administrative provinces: Santiago. (Сантьяго) Tui. (Туи) Lugo. (Луго) Ourense. (Оренсе) A Coruña. (Ла-Корунья) Mondoñedo. (Мондоньедо) Betanzos. (Бетансос) Since 1833 in the seven provinces of the 15th ...

History of A Coruña

A Coruña or Corunna, Galicia is located on a promontory in the entrance of an estuary in a big gulf, the Portus Magnus Artabrorum, name of the area used by classical geographers.


ⓘ History of Galicia (Spain)

  • least 500, 000 years, first by Neanderthals and then by modern humans. Galicia northern Portugal, Asturias, western Leon, and Zamora formed a single
  • Dia Nacional de Galicia National Day of Galicia is when the autonomous community of Galicia in Spain celebrates its national holiday. It falls on 25
  • flag of Galicia appeared for first time in the 19th century, probably based on the colours of the ancient medieval flags of the Kingdom of Galicia Originally
  • government and parliament of Galicia Spain the Xunta de Galicia was presided over by the People s Party Partido Popular, Spain s main national conservative
  • The coat of arms of Galicia is described in the Spanish Law 5 of May 29, 1984, the Law of the symbols of Galicia The coat of arms of Galicia includes
  • The Kingdom of Galicia Galician: Reino de Galicia or Galiza Spanish Reino de Galicia Portuguese: Reino da Galiza Latin: Galliciense Regnum was a
  • ephemeral passage in the history of Galicia It lasted only a few hours on 27 June 1931, a day ahead of the election to the Second Spanish Republic s Constitutional
  • the Viceroyalty of New Spain It was named after Galicia in Spain Nueva Galicia s territory became the present - day Mexican states of Aguascalientes
  • The Parliament of Galicia Galician: Parlamento de Galicia is the unicameral legislature of the autonomous community of Galicia Spain It is formed by
  • Statute of Autonomy, the President of the Regional Government of Galicia is the head of the government of the Spanish autonomous community of Galicia Namely
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