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Galicia (Spain : Region)

LC control no.n 79089622
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Geographic headingGalicia (Spain : Region)
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Geographic subdivision usageSpain--Galicia (Region)
Variant(s)Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia (Spain)
Galicia, Spain
Galiza (Spain : Region)
Gallaecia (Spain : Region)
Jalisia (Spain : Region)
Galicia (Spain : Autonomous community)
Other standard no.1330488
Associated countrySpain
Associated placeSantiago de Compostela (Spain)
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Found inVicetto, B. Historia del siglo XV en Galicia, 1944.
O Estatuto dos 16, 1979: p. 3 (Galicia)
Spain. Legislación preautonómica, 1980: t.p. (Galicia) p. 35 (Real Decreto-ley 7/1978, de 16 de marzo (Jefatura), por el que se aprueba el régimen preautonómico para Galicia) p. 36 (incl. provs. of La Coruña, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra; organ of govt., Junta de Galicia)
Jalisia, 1993.
Historia do ensino no Reino de Galiza ... 1995: t.p. (Reino de Galiza, anos 414-1483)
Phone call to Embassy of Spain, Ed. Off. (Rosa López Bullón, a native Galician, said that "Jalisia" was a spelling that represents a dialectical pronunciation of the word "Galicia.")
Wikipedia, February 24, 2022 (Galicia (Galician: Galicia or Galiza; Spanish: Galicia; Portuguese: Galiza) is an autonomous community of Spain; includes the provinces of A Coruña, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra)
Britannica online, February 24, 2022 (Galicia, comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) and historic region of Spain, encompassing the northwestern provincias (provinces) of Lugo, A Coruña, Pontevedra, and Ourense; roughly coextensive with the former kingdom of Galicia; a 1936 plebiscite on a Galician statute of autonomy registered overwhelming support but was nullified by the dictatorship of Gen. Francisco Franco. The autonomous community of Galicia finally was established by a second statute of autonomy on April 6, 1981; Galicia has a parliament, headed by a president, and a unicameral assembly. The capital is Santiago de Compostela; alternate title: Gallaecia)
Getty Thesaurus of geographic names online, February 24, 2022 (Galicia (autonomous community); Galicia (preferred); Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia)
Geographic area codee-sp---
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