Salamanca

Salamanca (salaˈmaŋka) is a city in northwestern Spain, the capital of the Province of Salamanca in the community of Castile and León. Its Old City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. With a metropolitan population of 228,881 in 2012 according to the National Institute of Statistics (INE), Salamanca is the second most populated u...
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Salamanca

[locomotive] Salamanca was the first commercially successful steam locomotive, built in 1812 by Matthew Murray of Holbeck, for the edge railed Middleton Railway between Middleton and Leeds. It was the first to have two cylinders. It was named after the Duke of Wellington`s victory at the battle of Salamanca which was fought that same year. ...
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Salamanca

[Spanish Congress Electoral District] Salamanca 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 nine electoral districts which correspond to the provinces of Castile and León. Salamanca is the largest mun...
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Salamanca

city, capital of Salamanca provincia (province), in the comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Castile-León, western Spain. The city lies at an ... [1 related articles]
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Salamanca

city, south-central Guanajuato estado (state), central Mexico. It lies on the Lerma River at an elevation of 5,647 feet (1,721 m) above sea level.
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Salamanca

provincia, in the comunidad autónoma (`autonomous community`) of Castile-León, western Spain. Salamanca is bounded by Portugal (west) and the ...
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Salamanca

Salamanca (sälämäng'kä) , city (1990 pop. 206,275), Guanajuato state, W central Mexico. Chiefly an oil center, it also serves as the commercial and distribution point for the surrounding agricultural region. The city lies on major national highway and rail systems. The first ...
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Salamanca

Salamanca, city (1990 pop. 162,037), capital of Salamanca prov., W central Spain, in Castile-León, on the Tormes River, c.2,600 ft (790 m) above sea level. Food-processing and tourism are its most important industries. An ancient city, it was taken by Hannibal in 220 B.C. The Moors were driven ...
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Salamanca

Synonym (also Salamanna) for the grape variety Muscat d'Alexandrie; look there.
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