Gijón
Gijón (/ɡɪˈhɒn/, /ɡiˈhɔːn/, /hiˈhɔːn/ or /xiˈxɔːn/, [xiˈxon]), or Xixón ([ʃiˈʃoŋ]) is the largest city and municipality in the autonomous community of Asturias in Spain. Early medieval texts mention i...
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El Comercio (Spain)
El Comercio is a daily newspaper in Spain. Published in Gijón, it is the second-largest newspaper by circulation in Asturias, with a daily circulation of 24,000.
El Comercio was first published o...
LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial
5°36′45″W / 43.52500°N 5.61250°W / 43.52500; -5.61250LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (Art and Industrial Creation Centre) is an exhibition centre in Gijón, Spain,...
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AB Gijón Jovellanos
Agrupación Balonmano Gijón Jovellanos, also known as Juanfersa Gijón by sponsorship reasons, is a team of handball based in Gijón, Asturias. Gijón Jovellanos plays in Liga ASOBAL.
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Gijón International Film Festival
The Gijón International Film Festival (Asturian: Festival Internacional de Cine de Xixón) is an annual film festival held in Gijón, a city in northwest Spain.The Festival's origins date back to 19...
El Molinón
Estadio El Molinón is an association football stadium in Gijón, Asturias-Spain. The stadium is the home ground of Real Sporting de Gijón.The stadium's address is Parque de Isabel la Católica, 33390 Gi...
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Francisco Acebal
Francisco López Acebal (5 April 1866, Gijón – 5 September 1933) was a Spanish novelist, playwright and journalist.
He began his studies at the Institute Jovellanos of his native town and con...
International Bagpipe Museum
The International Bagpipe Museum (Spanish: Museo internacional de la gaita) is located in Gijón, Asturias, Spain. The museum was founded in 1965, and moved to its current location, integrated in ...
Melquíades Álvarez (politician)
Melquíades Álvarez Gónzalez-Posada (Gijón, May 17, 1864 - Madrid, August 22, 1936) was a Spanish Republican politician, founder and leader of the Reformist Republican Party (Partido Republicano Reform...
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Gijón Railway Museum
The Asturias Railway Museum or Gijón Railway museum (Museo del Ferrocarril de Asturias), in Gijón, Asturias, Spain, is an institution dedicated to restore, preserve and display to the public the railw...
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Las Mestas Sports Complex
Las Mestas Sports Complex is a multipurpose sports complex in Gijón, Asturias (Spain), used mainly as an equestrian facility for show jumping. It is also used as a velodrome, with its 428 m long track...
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El Musel
5°41′00″W / 43.56278°N 5.68333°W / 43.56278; -5.68333El Musel is a seaport located in Asturias, in the north of Spain, and in the middle point of the Cantabrian Sea coast it h...
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Vicente Álvarez Areces
Vicente Alberto Álvarez Areces (born August 4, 1943, in Gijón), also known as Tini Areces, is an Asturian politician. He served as the sixth President of the Principality of Asturias in Spain, and he...
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Gijón railway station
Gijón Railway Station (IATA: QIJ) is the main railway station of Gijón, Spain.Actually, it is temporary located in Sanz Crespo street due to the works for the Metrotrén Asturias.
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CP Gijón Solimar
CP Gijón Solimar, also known as Hostelcur Gijón HC by sponsorship reasons, is a Spanish Rink hockey club based in Gijón, city in the autonomous community of Asturias (Spain). The club was established ...