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== Jurisdictions  ==
 
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Spain is divided into 50 provinces. Each province belongs to one of 17 autonomous communities listed below. A list of the provinces of Spain and access to their individual pages can be found below: You may also find additional information in the article [[Spain Provinces|'''Spain Provinces''']]
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Spain is divided into 50 provinces. Each province belongs to one of 17 autonomous communities listed below. A list of the provinces of Spain and access to their individual pages can be found in the article: 
  
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Spain is divided into 17 autonomous communities (comunidades autonomas, singular - comunidad autonoma) and 2 autonomous cities* (ciudades autonomas, singular - ciudad autonoma).  
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| [[Spain Province of Álava|Álava]]
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| [[Spain Province of Albacete|Albacete]]
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| [[Spain Province of Alicante|Alicante]]
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| [[Spain Province of Almería|Almería]]
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| [[Spain Province of Asturias|Asturias]]
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| [[Spain Province of Ávila|Ávila]]
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| [[Spain Province of Badajoz|Badajoz]]
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| [[Spain Province of Barcelona|Barcelona]]
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| [[Spain Province of Burgos|Burgos]]
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| [[Spain Province of Cáceres|Cáceres]]
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| [[Spain Province of Cádiz|Cádiz]]
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| [[Spain Province of Cantabria|Cantabria]]
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| [[Spain Province of Castellón|Castellón ]]
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| [[Spain Province of Ciudad Real|Ciudad Real]]
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| [[Spain Province of Córdoba|Córdoba]]
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| [[Spain Province of La Coruña|La Coruña]]
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| [[Spain Province of Cuenca|Cuenca]]
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| [[Spain Province of Gerona|Gerona]]
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| [[Spain Province of Granada|Granada]]
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| [[Spain Province of Guadalajara|Guadalajara]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>
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| [[Spain Province of Guipúzcoa|Guipúzcoa]]
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| [[Spain Province of Huelva|Huelva]]
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| [[Spain Province of Huesca|Huesca]]
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| [[Spain Province of Islas Baleares|Islas Baleares]]
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| [[Spain Province of Jaén|Jaén]]
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| [[Spain Province of León|León]]
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| [[Spain Province of Lérida|Lérida]]
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| [[Spain Province of Lugo|Lugo]]
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| [[Spain Province of Madrid|Madrid]]
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| [[Spain Province of Málaga|Málaga]]
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| [[Spain Province of Murcia|Murcia]]
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| [[Spain Province of Navarra|Navarra]]
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| [[Spain Province of Orense|Orense]]
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| [[Spain Province of Palencia|Palencia]]
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| [[Spain Province of Las Palmas|Las Palmas]]
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| [[Spain Province of Pontevedra|Pontevedra]]
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| [[Spain Province of La Rioja|La Rioja]]
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| [[Spain Province of Salamanca|Salamanca]]
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| [[Spain Province of Segovia|Segovia]]
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| [[Spain Province of Sevilla|Sevilla]]
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| [[Spain Province of Soria|Soria]]
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| [[Spain Province of Tarragona|Tarragona]]
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| [[Spain Province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife|Santa Cruz de Tenerife]]
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| [[Spain Province of Teruel|Teruel]]
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| [[Spain Province of Toledo|Toledo]]
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| [[Spain Province of Valencia|Valencia]]
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| [[Spain Province of Valladolid|Valladolid]]
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| [[Spain Province of Vizcaya|Vizcaya]]
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| [[Spain Province of Zamora|Zamora]]
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| [[Spain Province of Zaragoza|Zaragoza]]
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Jurisdictions

Spain is divided into 50 provinces. Each province belongs to one of 17 autonomous communities listed below. A list of the provinces of Spain and access to their individual pages can be found in the article: 

Spain Provinces

Spain is divided into 17 autonomous communities (comunidades autonomas, singular - comunidad autonoma) and 2 autonomous cities* (ciudades autonomas, singular - ciudad autonoma).


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