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'''Castilla y León''' or '''Castile-Leon''' is an autonomous region of [[Spain]].
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'''Castile-Leon''' (Spanish: ''Castilla y León'') is an autonomous region of [[Spain]].
  
 
==Provinces==
 
==Provinces==
  
*[[Ávila (province)|Ávila]]
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*[[Avila (province)|Ávila]]
 
*[[Burgos (province)|Burgos]]
 
*[[Burgos (province)|Burgos]]
*[[León (province)|León]]
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*[[Leon (province)|León]]
 
*[[Palencia (province)|Palencia]]
 
*[[Palencia (province)|Palencia]]
 
*[[Salamanca (province)|Salamanca]]
 
*[[Salamanca (province)|Salamanca]]
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*[[Burgos (city)|Burgos]]
 
*[[Burgos (city)|Burgos]]
*[[León (city)|León]]
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*[[Leon (city)|León]]
 
*[[Salamanca (city)|Salamanca]]
 
*[[Salamanca (city)|Salamanca]]
 
*[[Segovia (city)|Segovia]]
 
*[[Segovia (city)|Segovia]]
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==Talk==
 
==Talk==
Spanish is the main language but in the provinces of León and Zamora an Asturian language, "llïonés", is also spoken, along with Galician. In [[Treviño]] (Burgos province) [[Basque Country|Basque]] is still preserved.  
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Spanish is the main language but in the provinces of León and Zamora an Asturian language, "llïonés", is also spoken, along with Galician. In [[Trevino|Treviño]] (Burgos province) [[Basque Country|Basque]] is still preserved.  
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 10:29, 6 April 2004

Castile-Leon (Spanish: Castilla y León) is an autonomous region of Spain.

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Provinces

Cities

Understand

Castilla y León is an autonomous community of Spain, the country's largest — in fact, it is the largest subnational political division in the European Union. It is formed by the union of two ancient kingdoms: Old Castile and the Kingdom of León, which were separated and reunited several times in the Middle Ages.

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Spanish is the main language but in the provinces of León and Zamora an Asturian language, "llïonés", is also spoken, along with Galician. In Treviño (Burgos province) Basque is still preserved.

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