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Welcome to the page for the autonomous community of Baleares! Autonomous communities are larger jurisdiction found within Spain and may contain several provinces. It is both a political and administrative division. The autonomous communities of Spain were created in 1978. To learn more about them please read Autonomous communities of Spain. The autonomous community of Baleares is comprised of a group of islands off the eastern coast of Spain. The four largest islands are Majorca, Minorca, Formenera, and Ibiza. The capital is Palma on the island of Majorca. The province of Islas Baleares shares its boundaries with the autonomous community of Baleares.

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