Ávila

Ávila (ä'vēlä) , town (1990 pop. 46,992), capital of Ávila prov., central Spain, on the upper Adaja River. It attracts many tourists. One of the great religious centers of Spain, Ávila has preserved much medieval architecture. Up against its turreted wall (bu...
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Avila

(city) Capital of Avila province, central Spain, situated 1,100 m/3,609 ft above sea level 90 km/56 mi northwest of Madrid, and enclosed on three sides by mountains; population (2001) 49,700. It has a Gothic cathedral and ...
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Ávila

city, capital of Ávila provincia (province), in the Castile–León comunidad autónoma (autonomous community), central Spain. The city of Ávila is ... [2 related articles]
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Ávila

province, in the Castile-León comunidad autónoma (`autonomous community`), central Spain, on the plateau of Old Castile. It has an area of 3,107 ...
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