Palos de la Frontera
geographical name see Palos

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  • Palos de la Frontera — Infobox City | official name = Palos de la Frontera, Spain | nickname = | image | | map caption = Location of Palos de la Frontera subdivision type = Municipality | subdivision name = Huelva | leader title = Mayor | leader name = Carmelo Romero… …   Wikipedia

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  • Costa de la Luz — La Caleta beach, Cádiz The Costa de la Luz (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkosta ðe la luθ], Coast of Light ) is a section of the Andalusian coast in Spain facing the Atlantic; it extends from Tarifa in the south, along the coasts of the Province… …   Wikipedia

  • La Rabida Monastery — La Rábida Monastery (in full, Monasterio de Santa María de la Rábida ) is a Franciscan monastery in the town of Palos de la Frontera, in the province of Huelva and the autonomous region of Andalusia, Spain. The monastery is located… …   Wikipedia

  • Palos — can refer to:*Two drums, the palos major and palos menor , used in the music of the Dominican Republic *Palos de la Frontera, a municipality in Spain *Flamenco musical forms *Palos (TV series), Philippine TV series …   Wikipedia

  • Frontera — Mit dem Namen Frontera (spanisch: „Grenze“) bezeichnet man: die Orte: Arcos de la Frontera, eine Stadt der Provinz Cádiz, Andalusien, Spanien Jerez de la Frontera, eine Stadt der Provinz Cádiz, Andalusien, Spanien Vejer de la Frontera, eine Stadt …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Palos — or Palos de la Frontera geographical name town & former port SW Spain SE of Huelva …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Ginés de Mafra — (1493 – 1546) was a Spanish explorer who explored the Philippine Islands in the 16th century. De Mafra was a member of Ferdinand Magellan and Ruy López de Villalobos expeditions in 1521 and 1542, respectively. The explorer with the secret key to… …   Wikipedia

  • USS Palos (1865) — The first USS Palos was a 4th rate iron screw tug in the United States Navy during the late 19th century. She was named for Palos de la Frontera in Spain. Palos was built by James Tetlow, Chelsea, Massachusetts, in 1865 and was put into service… …   Wikipedia

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