Andalusia


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  • noun

Synonyms for Andalusia

a region in southern Spain on the Atlantic and the Mediterranean

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The contract is to provide specialized technical services systems for the management and operation of the servers in development environments, integration, pre-production and production of the Housing and Rehabilitation Agency of Andalusia.
Then the government in Madrid was headed by Felipe Gonzalez, a Socialist prime minister from Andalusia.
Summary: The United States has said it wants to permanently station an elite squad of marines in Andalusia to deal with crises in Africa but Spanish authorities are concerned about possible consequences.
The properties will be leased back to the State of Andalusia for a 20-year term.
12th, 2014 - HM King Mohammed VI received, Friday at the Royal Palace in the northern city of Tetouan, Susana Diaz Pacheco, president of the Regional Government of Andalusia, the King's Office said.
With a few tweaks, The Lights of Andalusia has the potential to become a very popular show.
Now, for the first time, a study led by researchers from the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia (I-CSIC) has shown the validity of this tool for the study of stars that are hotter and more massive than the Sun.
The 31 units forming the first phase of the Andalusia Collection from National Properties were sold and delivered to buyers in 18 days.
Seville, or Sevilla in Spanish, is the largest in Andalusia.
National Properties, a subsidiary of National Bonds Corporation, announced on Friday that the entire first phase of its renowned Andalusia Collection has been sold and delivered in only 18 days.
He said,"I was inspired by Andalusia, and my subject is the Andalusian civilisation.
I'd never been to Andalusia, but I knew it was hot and that the flight was less than three hours.
GRANADA/SEVILLE, Spain: Southern Spain is famous for its traditional Spanish flare, from Flamenco to tapas, but it also provides a unique opportunity for travelers to take a walk through history, tracing the footsteps of Arab influence in Andalusia.
However, the history books of Arabian Andalusia only have a few lines about the battle, in which al-Ghafiqi was killed.
Abdulhamid's sculpture features the cultural, social and historical interaction between Andalusia and Damascus.