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Friday, April 14, 2006


Gijón Capital Gijón - Area
% of Asturias List of Asturian municipalities by area
181.7 square kilometer
1.71% - Population
% of Asturias
Density List of Asturian municipalities by population
266,419 (2004)
1466.26 inhab/km² - Denomyn
English language
Spanish language
gijoneses - List of Gijóns Mayors Paz Fernández Felgueroso (PSOE) - Town councillors 26 seats + the Mayor - Political Parties
(elections of 2003) 13 seats PSOE: Spanish Socialist adobe acrobatWorkers Party
11 seats PP: Popular Party
3 seats IU: United acrobat readerLeft - Municipality of Gijón (in Spanish) Gijón (Asturian language, Xixón) is a coastal city in the autonomous community of Asturias in Spain. Its name comes from the Latin word Gigia. The name was originally applied to a small peninsula nowadays called Cimadevilla, literally top of village, between two beaches, one of which has a recreational port today. The main port, one of the biggest in the north of Spain, is called El Musel. Gijón has a population of approximately 270,000 (2003).


The city is free adobe acrobat readersituated on the central Asturian coast, at 0 to 513 metres above sea level (Pico San Martin), bordered on the west by Carreño (Asturias), the east by Villaviciosa (Asturias), and to the south by Siero (Asturias) and Llanera (Asturias) The city is in a bay divided by the acrobat downloadpeninsula of Cimadevilla (the old city) which separates the beach of San Lorenzo to the east from the beaches of Poniente and Arbeyal, the shipyards, and the recreatonal port and the Port of El Musel corbenic6m6gto the west.

Surface Area

181,6 square kilometers


The A-66 motorway (Ruta de La Plata), A-8 (Autopista del Cantábrico) and the AS-1 (Autovía Minera) are the principal highway accesses. By train, Gijón has daily service to Madrid, La Coruña, Santander, and Barcelona. Cruise ships call at El Musel, adobe acrobat readerand the Airport of Asturias is located in the nearby nickiqfgdmunicpality of Castrillon with daily flights to major Spanish and European cities.


Atlantic, warm summers with both overcast and sunny days. In winter the weather is moderate, with significant rains and wind, although sometimes the cold climate acrobat distillerof Asturias results in snowfall at sea level.


Real Sporting football team. Gijon Baloncesto basketball team.


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