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Province of Almería

Located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula and on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, it was founded in the 10th century as an Arab port of the Caliphate of Córdoba, although its origins date back to prehistoric times. In the economic sphere, it reached great prominence at the end of the 19th century with the consolidation of the mining activity and, gradually, it has positioned itself as one of the most important agricultural exploitation areas in Europe. Thanks to its unmatched landscape values, it has been the ideal filming location for the film industry. It has a province made up of 8 judicial districts and 103 municipalities in a total area of 8,774 km2.

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Province of Almería. (Wounded Heritage project. Mgmt: Nuria Rodríguez Ortega. iArtHis_LAB Research Group). Available at https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/bienes-patrimoniales/records/province-of-almeria/ [25 de June de 2022 12:56]

José Galisteo Martínez. Universidad de Málaga.

APA
Galisteo Martínez, J. (06/25/2022). Province of Almería. Patrimonio Herido. https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/bienes-patrimoniales/records/province-of-almeria/
MLA
Galisteo Martínez, José. "Province of Almería". Patrimonio Herido, iArtHis_LAB Research Group, 06/25/2022, https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/bienes-patrimoniales/records/province-of-almeria/
Harvard
Galisteo Martínez, J. (2022) 'Province of Almería', Patrimonio Herido, 06/25/2022. Available at: https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/bienes-patrimoniales/records/province-of-almeria/ (Accessed: 05/24/2021)
Turabian
José Galisteo Martínez, “Province of Almería”. Patrimonio Herido. 05/24/2021. https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/bienes-patrimoniales/records/province-of-almeria/
 
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