Place:Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain

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NameBarcelona
Alt namesBarcelona provincesource: Getty Vocabulary Program
TypeProvince
Coordinates41.383°N 2.183°E
Located inCataluña, Spain     (1833 - )
Contained Places
Comarca
Alt Penedès
Anoia
Bages
Baix Llobregat
Barcelonès
Berguedà (comarca)
Garraf
Maresme
Osona
Vallès Occidental
Vallès Oriental
General region
Berguedá
Inhabited place
Alella
Arenys de Mar
Argentona
Badalona
Barcelona
Barriada Pomar Alto
Berga
Cabrera de Mataró
Cabrils
Calella
Can Rull
Cardona
Casserres
Castellbisbal
Castelldefels
Cervelló
Cornellá
El Arrabal Torrelletas
Esplugas
Esquerda
Estany
Famadas
Gavá
Granollers
Hospitalet
Igualada
La Creu
La Estación
La Floresta
La Florida
La Llagosta
La Palma
Les Fonts
Mallorquinas
Manlléu
Manresa
Martorell
Martorellas
Masnou
Mataró
Mercader y Millás
Molins de Rey
Mollet
Moncada
Mongat
Montflorit
Montmajor
Montmeló
Montornés del Vallés
Orrius
Pallejá
Papiol
Polinyá
Prat de Llobregat
Premiá de Mar
Puigreig
Reixach
Ripollet
Rubí
Sabadell
Sagás
San Andrés de la Barca
San Bartolomé de la Cuadra
San Baudilio de Llobregat
San Clemente de Llobregat
San Cugat del Vallés
San Fausto de Campcentellas
San Felíu de Llobregat
San Ginés de Vilasar
San Juan Despí
San Juan de Vilasar
San Justo Desvern
San Llorens del Munt
San Pedro de Premiá
San Quírico de Tarrasa
San Vicente dels Horts
Santa Coloma de Cervelló
Santa Coloma de Gramanet
Santa María de Barbará
Santa Perpetua de Moguda
Santa Quiteria
Sardanyola
Sitges
Tarrasa
Teyá
Tiana
Torrellas de Llobregat
Ullastrell
Urbanización La Pineda
Valldoreix
Vallirana
Vallromanas
Vich
Viladecaballs
Viladecáns
Vilafranca del Penedés
Vilanova de la Roca
Villanueva y Geltrú
Unknown
Abrera
Arenys de Munt
Begas
Bigas
Caldas de Mombúy
Campíns
Canet de Mar
Cardedeu
Castellví de Rosanés
Collbató
Corbera de Llobregat
Cánoves
Fogás de Tordera
Gelida
Gracia
Horta Guinardó
La Ametlla
La Batlloria
La Bleda
La Pobla de Claramunt
Llisá de Munt
Malgrat
Mediona
Monistrol de Noya
Montjuich
Montnegre
Olesa de Montserrat
Olzinellas
Pachs
Palafolls
Palou
Piera
Pontóns
Reminyó
San Andrés de Llevaneras
San Andrés
San Celoní
San Cipriano de Vallalta
San Esteban de Palautordera
San Juan de Conilles
San Lorenzo de Hortons
San Martín Sarroca
San Pedro de Riudevitlles
San Pedro de Vilamajor
San Pol de Mar
San Quintín de Mediona
San Saturnino de Noya
San Vicente del Horts
Sant Joan Samora
Sant Sebastiá de Montmajor
Santa Agnés de Malanyanes
Santa María de Miralles
Sarriá-San Gervasio
Senmanat
Tordera
Vallgorguina
Villafranca del Panadés
Villalba Saserra
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Barcelona is a province of eastern Spain, in the center of the autonomous community of Catalonia. The province is bordered by the provinces of Tarragona, Lleida, and Girona, and by the Mediterranean Sea. 5,526,536 people live in the province (2011), of whom 1,621,537 live in the municipality of Barcelona. Its area is 7,733 km²

The capital of the province is the city of Barcelona, and the provincial council is based in the Casa Serra on the Rambla de Catalunya in that city. Some other cities and towns in Barcelona province include L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Badalona, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Martorell, Mataró, Granollers, Sabadell, Terrassa, Sitges, Igualada, Vic, Manresa, Berga. See also List of municipalities in Barcelona.

Since the division by provinces in Spain and the division by comarques in Catalonia do not completely agree, the term comarques of the province of Barcelona would not be entirely correct. However, a list of the comarques that are included—totally or partially—in the province of Barcelona can be made:

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