Sahagún, Spain


Sahagún, Spain

Spanish city


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native_name = Sahagún
spanish_name = Sahagún
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time_zone = CET (UTC+1)
time_zone_summer = CEST (UTC+2)
founded = 9th or 10th Century
native_language = Leonese
community = Castile and León
community_link = Castile and León
province = León
province_link = Province of León
comarca = Sahagún - Tierra de Campos
comarca_link = Sahagún - Tierra de Campos
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mayor = Emilio Redondo Callado
political_party = People's Party
political_party_link = People's Party (Spain)
area = 30 (11.6 sq mi)
altitude = 822
population = 2,841
date-population = 2007
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density = 22,98
date-density = 2007
website = http://www.sahagun.org//
postal_code = 24320
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Sahagún is a town in the province of León, Spain. It is the birthplace of the mudejar style of architecture and of Bernardino de Sahagún. It lies on the Way of St. James.


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