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  • 1.  
  • 2. Spanish Territory Organisation
    • By: Coralina, Silvia, Kiera & Claudia
  • 3. Spanish Territory Organization
    • According to the 1978 Constitution, Spain is a decentralized state, and it’s divided into towns, provinces and Autonomous Communities.
    • Spain is divided into 17 Autonomous Communities and two Autonomous Cities (Ceuta and Melilla). They’re doted with a parliament and an autonomic Government with a series of domains that vary from one company to another.
    • 7 Autonomous Communities were formed quickly. These were the <<historical>> regions that had drawn up projects for a Statue of autonomy in the past.
    • The remaining 10 Autonomous Communities were developed more slowly and gradually.
    • There are 7 single-provinces, Autonomous Communities and 10 multi-province Autonomous Communities.
    • Development: Four Autonomous Communities (Cataluña, Madrid, Andalusia and Valencia) account for over half of the national production. As a rule, there is a contract between inland (except for Madrid, the richest region), which show lower values, and coastal Autonomous Communities.
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  • 5.  
  • 6. 15th CENTURY
    • By: Ana, Silvia del Río, Clara, Laura Rico & María
  • 7. 15th CENTURY
    • The reign of the Catholic Kings considers the start of the Modern Age, as a way towards the territorial unification.
    • With the marriage of Isabel of Castile and Fernando of Aragon, the Peninsula is almost unified, except for Portugal.
  • 8. 16th CENTURY
    • In the sixteenth century  the discovery of America develops the Austrian Monarchy’s interest in travelling and discovering the New World,
    • In the sixteenth century Spain was divided in territories.
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  • 10.  
  • 11. MAPS OF SPAIN FROM 1833 TO THE ACTUALLITY
    • By: Javier F. , Víctor, Nicolás & Pelayo.
  • 12. MAPS OF SPAIN FROM 1833 TO NOWADAYS
  • 13. Territorial Distribution of Spain from 1833 to 1978
  • 14.
      • Andalucía : Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga y Sevilla.
      • Aragón : Huesca, Teruel y Zaragoza.
      • Asturias : Oviedo.
      • Baleares : Palma de Mallorca
      • Canarias : Santa Cruz de Tenerife
      • Castilla la Nueva : Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Madrid y Toledo.
      • Castilla la Vieja : Ávila, Burgos, Logroño, Palencia, Santander, Segovia, Soria y Valladolid.
      • Cataluña : Barcelona, Gerona, Lérida y Tarragona.
      • Extremadura : Badajoz y Cáceres.
      • Galicia : La Coruña, Lugo, Orense y Pontevedra.
      • León : León, Salamanca y Zamora.
      • Murcia : Albacete y Murcia.
      • Navarra : Navarra.
      • Valencia : Alicante, Castellón, y Valencia.
      • Vascongadas : Álava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya
    Galicia Castilla la vieja león Aragón Cataluña Asturias Andalucía Vascongadas Navarra Castilla La nueva Extremadura Valencia Murcia Las canarias Las Baleares
  • 15. Map of Spain from 1978 to nowadays
  • 16.  
  • 17. Map Of The Spanish Sahara
  • 18.
    • The Sahara was Spanish from 1509 to 1976.
  • 19. Creado Por: Edgar, Javier M, Carmen, Ángela & Cristina Trabajos de los Alumnos de 3ºC © Territorial Organization of Spain ™ Todos los Derechos Reservados 2008/2009 Producciones IES Cangas del Narcea 2008