Ferrol, Galicia

What is Ferrol, Galicia known for?


achievements

of quartering, because of armorial inheritance via the male and the female lines. Moreover, Italian heraldry is dominated by the Roman Catholic Church, featuring many shields and achievements, most bearing some reference to the Church. Thomas Woodcock & John Martin Robinson. ''The Oxford Guide to Heraldry''. (Oxford University Press, New York: 1988), pp.24-30. founded 1919 ground A Malata (Estadio de la Malata), Ferrol (Ferrol, Galicia), Galicia


international opposition

Compostela from Santiago de Compostela and Racing Ferrol (Racing de Ferrol) from Ferrol (Ferrol, Galicia) are two other notable club sides. Similarly to Catalonia and the Basque Country (Basque Country (autonomous community)), Galicia also periodically fields a regional team against international opposition (see Galicia autonomous football team). Image:Escudo do reino de Galicia en Ferrol.jpg thumb right 160px Coat of Arms


team based

(Spain) Galicia , Spain capacity 12,042 '''Racing Club de Ferrol, S.A.D.''' is a Spanish football team (List of football clubs in Spain) based in Ferrol (Ferrol, Galicia) in the province of A Coruña (Province of A Coruña), in the autonomous community of Galicia (Galicia (Spain)). Transport A Coruña is the destination of one of the radial roads originating in Madrid, (N-VI (Carretera Nacional N-VI)). Currently there is a highway (Autovía A-6) that runs parallel


brand main

Nacional de Educación a Distancia UNED PERITOS (School of Naval and Industrial Engineers)) and Public Utilities, Franchises (Chain store) (main brand names (Brand) and designer label's shops (Designer label)), Wholesale (Navy Suppliers Anton-Martin (Shipping)) and Retail Industries (Retailing) (El Corte Inglés Alcampo (Auchan)). # '''Quaternary Sector Industries (Quaternary sector of industry)''' – New Technologies Demonstrator Programme Naval, Electrical


culture+fishing

Covas p4 Doniños p5 Esmelle p6 '''Ferrol''' p7 A Graña p8 Leixa p9 Mandiá p10 Marmancón p11 A Mariña p12 Trasancos p13 Serantes established_title Fishing Village (Castro culture) established_date 1st century BC established_title1 Christian Outpost (Early Middle Ages) established_date1 8th century established_title2 Royal Arsenal established_date2 16th century


commercial role

: ferrol.historia.tripod.com elferrol1890s The launch of "Cardenal Cisneros" the first "Pre-dreadnought battleship" built in Ferrol, Spain (1897) "The Ferrol and the Galician-rias commercial-role with North, South and Central America":El Correo Gallego (Spanish Newspaper) 19 March 1897 by Jose R. de Trujillo, Spanish Royal Navy Commander in which Spain lost Cuba and the Philippines


year long

NATO Maritime Exercise Loyal Mariner (RN) Climate As in most of Galicia, Ferrol climate is a humid oceanic climate, characterized by year-long mild temperatures, rainy winters, and relatively dry summers. Demography Colors id:lightgrey value:gray(0.9) id:darkgrey value:gray(0.7) id:sfondo value:rgb(1,1,1) id:barra value:rgb(0.6,0.7,0.9) ImageSize width:580 height:300


572

participated in the Second Council of Braga (572) thumb 400px The castle of ''San Filipe'' secures the entrance of the harbour (File:Castelo de San Filipe, Brión, Ferrol, Galiza.jpg) In the 14th century Henry II (Henry II of Castile) gave the town to the powerful Andrade family. Ferrol Naval 1750 Ferrol Historia - Interesting document showing the royals of Spain from 1492 till 1805: Spanish Empire In 1568<


team+main

Compostela from Santiago de Compostela and Racing Ferrol (Racing de Ferrol) from Ferrol (Ferrol, Galicia) are two other notable club sides. Similarly to Catalonia and the Basque Country (Basque Country (autonomous community)), Galicia also periodically fields a regional team against international opposition (see Galicia autonomous football team). Image:Escudo do reino de Galicia en Ferrol.jpg thumb right 160px Coat of Arms


made products

: www.forestharvest.org.uk Forest Harvest ), Quarries and Timber. # '''Secondary Industries (Secondary sector of industry)''' – Shipbuilding, Ship Engines (Internal combustion engine), Turbines (Wind turbine) (Wind Mills and Ships), Electrical Equipment (Electronic component), Ironworks, Fashion (Textiles (Fashion design)), Food (Canned Fish (Canning)) and Wood-Made Products (Wood). # '''Tertiary Industries (Tertiary sector of economic activity)''' – Mercantile

Ferrol, Galicia

'''Ferrol''' ( , it has an urban population of 70,389.

The city has been a major naval shipbuilding centre for most of its history, being the capital of the Spanish Navy's Maritime Department of the North (Naval Structure of the Spanish Navy in the New Millennium) since the time of the early Bourbons (House of Bourbon). Before that, in the 17th century, Ferrol was the most important arsenal in Europe. Today, the city is also known as the home of the shipbuilding yards of Navantia

The city was the birthplace of the Spanish General and dictator Francisco Franco in 1892, and was officially known as ''El Ferrol del Caudillo'' from 1938 to 1982. It was also the birthplace of the founder of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), Pablo Iglesias, in 1850.

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