Calvià

What is Calvià known for?


made great

Josep Juan last Vidal format pdf year 2009 publisher www.raco.cat language Spanish James II of Majorca reigned over the islands for more than two decades and made great efforts to guarantee the viability of his kingdom. He undertook a broad policy of agrarian colonization, with the creation of rural nuclei; increased the royal revenue; favored the creation of consulates in North Africa and in the kingdom of Granada (kingdom of Granada (Crown of Castile)); created a new monetary system for the kingdom; promoted the creation of textile industries; increased royal power relative to that of the nobility and Church; and promoted the construction of palaces and castles such as the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, the La Seu (Palma Cathedral) Cathedral in Palma, and the Bellver Castle. The opening of the trials of the Knights Templar and the later suppression of the order allowed the Crown to take over their revenues in the islands. The health system consisted mainly of physicians of Jewish origins, so-called ''Xuetas'', descendants of Mallorcan Jews who had converted to Christianity (converso), but continued to form a largely endogamous (endogamy) community. The nearest hospital to Calvià was in Sant Elm, founded in 1303 by Jaime II. Fundamentally it was dedicated to merchants and sailors of the ships that were heading from Palma to Barcelona. They also used it as a refuge in bad weather. Modern era thumb Monument at the burial place of Guillermo II de Montcada William II of Béarn (File:Tumba de Los Montcada-Mallorca-rafax.jpg), today part of the Paseo Calviá network. wikipedia:Calvià


poor people

. Hunger reached the point where each house got no more than two ''doblers'' of bread, even if the family was large, and they gave permission to eat meat during Lent, and many people who didn't have the money to buy meat ate herbs, and they told me that some people had gone more than a fortnight eating only boiled herbs, and the poor people and workers were so thin that they couldn't work for lack of food.


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accessdate 8 June 2010 language Spanish wikipedia:Calvià


great efforts

Josep Juan last Vidal format pdf year 2009 publisher www.raco.cat language Spanish James II of Majorca reigned over the islands for more than two decades and made great efforts to guarantee the viability of his kingdom. He undertook a broad policy of agrarian colonization, with the creation of rural nuclei; increased the royal revenue; favored the creation of consulates in North Africa and in the kingdom of Granada (kingdom of Granada (Crown of Castile)); created a new


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of . It is bordered on the north by the municipalities of Puigpunyent and Estellencs, Palma de Mallorca (Palma, Majorca) (Palma), the island's capital to the east, Andratx to the west and to the south by the Mediterranean Sea. According to the 2008 census, the municipality had a population of 50,777 inhabitants, of whom 18,046 were foreigners.

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Miranda González publisher Scripta Nova accessdate 27 June 2010 According to the 2008 census, the municipality has a population of 50,777 inhabitants, of whom 25,548 were males and 25,229 were women ( 50.31% versus 49.69%).


written record

of remains or written record means little is known about this area other than the decline that began with the destruction of Pollença. The Byzantine (Eastern Roman Empire) general Flavius Belisarius ordered the conquest of the archipelago in 534, bringing an end to this era. The first Muslim arrivals were in 707. They quickly ended the Byzantine domination and established their own hegemony. Until 903, the island was part of the Umayyad Caliphate.


special interest'

noticia.jsp?pRef 2008102400_3_403408__Part-Forana-tortuga-mora-tierra-Comte title La tortuga mora, en tierra del Comte Mal accessdate 11 November 2009 date 24 October 2008 publisher www.diariodemallorca.es language Spanish Although the vegetation on the cliffs is sparse, it merits special interest as a habitat for endemic (endemism) plant species such as the perennial herb ''Hippocrepis balearica'', and ''Dianthus alpinus'', whose Spanish-language names variously designate it as the "cliff carnation (Caryophyllaceae)", "forest carnation" or "Mediterranean carnation". wikipedia:Calvià


antics

Alemany'' and the ''Turó de Ses Abelles''. In 425, the area was invaded by the Vandals, who ended up settling. Lack


live shows

and hostels and a wide range of nightclubs, restaurants and shops all over, and also live shows. Among other things, you can book yourself in a submarine trip, hire parachutes, pedalboats, waterbikes, slide through the waterfalls of two different waterparks or enjoy a night out with dinner show at the casino. Get in Get around See Do Buy Eat Drink Sleep *Villa rental in Calvia, Mallorca Villa for rent in the south-west of Mallorca, with pool. Go next wikipedia:Calvià


works published

* '''Ferns''': ferns of the Polypodium genus can be found in cooler or more shaded areas. * '''Trees''': the most common tree in the region's forests is Aleppo pine (''Pinus halepensis''). These are plagued by a moth known as the pine processionary (''Thaumetopoea pityocampa''). A special brigade targets this moth, setting traps and destroying their nests.

Calvià

'''Calvià''' (

Calvià has an approximate area of . It is bordered on the north by the municipalities of Puigpunyent and Estellencs, Palma de Mallorca (Palma, Majorca) (Palma), the island's capital to the east, Andratx to the west and to the south by the Mediterranean Sea.

According to the 2008 census, the municipality had a population of 50,777 inhabitants, of whom 18,046 were foreigners. Its population is scattered around the different urban centers created as a result of tourism development and twentieth century urbanization.

The historical epic that marked the most important local culture and traditions regarding the rest of Mallorca is the landing in Santa Ponsa on 10 September 1229 of King James I of Aragon, and the subsequent conquering of Muslims who had arrived in the year 903. Despite the popularity and use of the official shield locally, the municipality has no flag.

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