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At Cadiz the liberal Spanish Constitution of 1812 was proclaimed. The citizens revolted in 1820 to secure a renewal of this constitution;

ancient greek sites in spain, ancient mints, carnival cities and towns, coastal settlements, costa de la luz, municipalities in cadiz, phoenician colonies in spain, port cities and towns in spain, roman sites in spain

Air Defense Identification Zone

American Aerospace Defence Command or NORAD. (The Canadian ADIZ when discussed separately is known as the Canadian Air Defence Identification Zone or CADIZ.)

military locations


Cádiz is a city in Spain. ... Cadiz or Cádiz may also refer to: ... CADIZ, an acronym for the Canadian Air Defense Identification Zone.

Battle of Cádiz (1702)

The Battle of Cádiz, fought in August/September 1702, was an Anglo-Dutch attempt to seize the southern Spanish port of Cádiz during the War of the ...

1702 in europe, battles involving england, battles involving spain, battles involving the united provinces, battles of the war of the spanish succession, conflicts in 1702, sieges involving spain

Cádiz (province)

Five natural monuments in the province: Corrales de Rota, Duna de Bolonia, Punta del Boquerón, Tómbolo de Trafalgar, and Escarpes del Río Trejo en Setenil.

cadiz province, provinces of spain, wine regions of spain

Amoco Cadiz

En route from the Persian Gulf to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, via a scheduled stop at Lyme Bay, Great Britain, the ship encountered stormy weather ...

shipwrecks in the english channel, 1978 in france, oil spills, tankers, maritime incidents in 1978, maritime incidents in france

Cádiz (Spanish Congress Electoral District)

Cádiz is one of the 52 electoral districts (circunscripciones) used for the Spanish Congress of Deputies - the lower chamber of the Spanish ...

cadiz province, electoral districts of the congress of deputies (spain)

San Roque, Cádiz

It is part of the province of Cádiz, which in turn is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. ... atrocities in the Battle of Cádiz in 1702 and the ...

municipalities in cadiz, phoenician colonies in spain, roman sites in spain, settlements established in 1706

Siege of Cádiz

During the siege, which lasted two and a half years, the Cortes Generales government in Cadiz (the Cádiz Cortes) drew up a new constitution to ...

sieges involving the united kingdom, 19th century in france, 19th century in spain, battles of the peninsular war, conflicts in 1810, sieges involving france, sieges involving spain

Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz

The title Duke of Cadiz was a title used by the Royal House of Spain and had formerly been held by Alfonso's great-great-grandfather the Infante ...

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