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Catalonia (Spain)

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    • us: Catalunya (Spain)
    • us: Cataluña (Spain)
    • us: Mancomunitat de Catalunya (Spain)
    • us: Generalitat de Catalunya (Spain)
    • us: Generalidad de Cataluña (Spain)
    • us: Mancomunidad de Cataluña (Spain)
    • us: Catalogna (Spain)
    • us: Catalogne (Spain)
    • us: Cathalunya (Spain)
    • us: Katalonien (Spain)
    • us: Diputació del General (Spain)
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    • found: Spain. Legislación preautonómica, 1980:p. 21 (Real Decreto-ley 41/1977, de 29 de septiembre (Jefatura), sobre restablecimiento provisional de la Generalidad de Cataluña) p. 22 (incl. provs. of Barcelona, Gerona, Lérida, and Tarragona)
    • found: Las autonomías, encrucijada de España, 1980:p. 199 (Ley orgánica 4/1979, de 18 de diciembre, de Estatuto de autonomía de Cataluña)
    • found: Catalani nel Medioevo, c1986:p. 7 (Catalogna)
    • found: L'occitan gascon en Catalogne espagnole, 1987.
    • found: Capitols dels drets, y altres coses del general del principat de Cathalunya ... [MI] 1707.
    • found: Knaurs Kulturführer in Farbe, Barcelona und Katalonien, c1990.
    • found: Història de la Generalitat de Catalunya i dels seus presidents, 2003:v. 1, jkt. flap (Generalitat de Catalunya, or, as it was called in the Middle Ages, Diputació del General)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(adm1; 41°49ʹ14ʺN 001°52ʹ04ʺE)
    • found: Wikipedia, Mar. 4, 2013(Catalonia is an autonomous community of Spain, with the official status of a nationality. Catalonia comprises four provinces: Barcelona, Girona, Lleida, and Tarragona. Its capital and largest city is Barcelona, the second largest city in Spain. It comprises the larger part of the territory of the former Principality of Catalonia, with the remainder of the historic Catalan region now part of southern France. Catalonia borders France and Andorra to the north and the Mediterranean Sea to the east. The neighbouring Spanish regions of Aragon and the Valencian Community lie to the west and south respectively. The official languages are Catalan, Spanish, and Aranese (Occitan))
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    • 1980-05-28: new
    • 2014-12-09: revised
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