Huesca

==History== Huesca`s pre-Roman Iberian name was Bolskan. It was the capital of the Vescetani, in the north of Hispania Tarraconensis, on the road from Tarraco (modern Tarragona) and Ilerda (modern Lleida) to Caesaraugusta (modern Zaragoza) and fell under Caesaraugusta`s jurisdiction. Pliny alone places the Oscenses in Vescitania, a district ment.....
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Huesca

(city) Capital of Huesca province in Aragón, northeast Spain, situated on the River Isuela; population (2001) 46,200. Industries include engineering and food processing. Among its buildings are a 13th-century cathedral and the former palace of the kings of Aragón. Huesca was ...
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Huesca

[Spanish Congress Electoral District] Huesca is one of the 52 electoral districts (circunscripciones) used for the Spanish Congress of Deputies - the lower chamber of the Spanish Parliament, the Cortes Generales. It is one of the three electoral districts which correspond to the provinces of Aragon. Huesca is the largest municipality althou...
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Huesca

city, capital of Huesca provincia (province), in the comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Aragon, northeastern Spain. It lies northeast of ...
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Huesca

Huesca (wā'skä) , town (1990 pop. 42,805), capital of Huesca prov., NE Spain, in Aragón, at the foot of the Pyrenees. It is a farm center. In this ancient town Sertorius founded a school in 77 B.C. After Peter I of Aragón liberated it (1096) from the Moors, Huesca was the re...
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Huesca

provincia (province), in the comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Aragon, northeastern Spain. It is bordered to the east by Lérida province, ... [1 related articles]
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