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Aragon

Aragon (Spanish: "Aragón") is an autonomous community of Spain. ... Aragon's northern province of ... Senderos de Aragón Aragon government tourism

aragon, autonomous communities of spain, nuts 2 statistical regions of the european union

Aragon

Aragon can refer to: ... Aragon, a Spanish Autonomous Community ... Aragón River, a tributary of the river Ebro


Sword of Aragon

Sword of Aragon is a turn-based strategy and roleplaying game designed and published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. in 1989.

1989 video games, amiga games, dos games, strategic simulations, inc. games

Catherine of Aragon

(Spanish Infanta Catalina de Aragón y Castilla or Infanta Catalina de Trastámara y Trastámara) was the Queen of England as the first wife of Henry ...

wives of henry viii, 1485 births, 1536 deaths, english people of portuguese descent, english people of spanish descent, female regents, house of trastamara, princesses of wales, regents of england, repudiated queens

Louis Aragon

Louis Aragon pronounced in French) (October 3, 1897 - December 24, 1982), French poet and novelist, a long-time political supporter of the ...

members of the national front resistant movement, 1897 births, 1982 deaths, bisexual writers, dada, french communist party members, french novelists, french poets, lgbt writers from france, people from paris

Yolande of Aragon

Not to be confused with Yolanda of Aragon ... resolve the contested claims upon the kingdom of Sicily and Naples between the houses of Anjou and Aragon.

armagnac faction, 1442 deaths, female regents, french nobility, joan of arc, people from zaragoza, people of the hundred years' war, women in medieval warfare, women of medieval france, 1384 births

Crown of Aragon

Raymond Berenger IV of Barcelona, the new ruler of the united dynasty, still called himself count of Barcelona and merely "prince" of Aragón.

crowns, 1035 establishments, crown of aragon, former monarchies of europe, french monarchy, medieval france

Ferdinand II of Aragon

1516) was king of Aragon (1479–1516), ... He should not be confused with his contemporary, relative and namesake Ferdinand of Aragón, Duke of Calabria.

history of catholicism in spain, 1452 births, 1516 deaths, 15th-century spanish people, 16th-century spanish people, aragonese monarchs, castilian monarchs, counts of barcelona, de jure uxoris kings, house of trastamara

Aragon High School

Aragon High School is an American public high school in San Mateo, California, and is part of the San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD).

educational institutions established in 1959, high schools in san mateo county, california

James I of Aragon

James I the Conqueror (2 February 1208 - 27 July 1276) was the King of Aragon, Count of Barcelona, and Lord of Montpellier from 1213 to 1276.

roman catholic monarchs, 1208 births, 1276 deaths, aragonese monarchs, catalan symbols, counts of barcelona, house of aragon, kings of majorca, medieval child rulers, people from montpellier