See also:Spanish towns, all founded or named by the Moors . Alcala de Henares (pop . (1900) 11,206) iS' separatelydescribed on account of its
See also:historical importance . Alcala la Real (15,973), a picturesque
See also:town with a
See also:fine abbey, is situated in mountainous
See also:country in the extreme south-west of
See also:Jaen . Its distinctive name.la Real, " the Royal," was conferred in memory of its capture by
See also:Alphonso XI. of Leon in 1340 . In 18ro the French under Count Sebastiani here defeated the Spaniards . Alcala de los Gazules (8877), on the
See also:river Barbate, in the province of Cadiz, has a thriving
See also:trade in
See also:cork and agricultural produce . Alcala de Guadaira (8198), on the river Guadaira, near Seville, is popularly called Alcala de los Panadores, or " Alcala of the Bakers," because it supplies Seville with large quantities of
See also:bread . Alcala de Chisbert (6293) is situated on the
See also:coast of Castellon de la Plana; Alcala del Rio (3006), on the Guadalquivir, 6 m . N. of Seville; Alcala del
See also:Jucar (2968), on the Jilcar, in .
See also:Albacete; Alcala de la Selva (1490), on the
See also:southern slopes of the Sierra del Gudar, in
See also:Teruel; Alcala de la Vega (712), on the river Cabriel, in
See also:Cuenca; Alcalh de Gurrea (632), on the river
See also:Seton, in Huesca; Alcala del Obispo (432), in the same province; Alcala de
See also:Ebro (388) and Alcala de Moncayo (367), both in Saragossa .
ALCALA DE HENARES
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