Castilla

  • (noun): A region of central Spain; a former kingdom that comprised most of modern Spain and united with Aragon to form Spain in 1479.
    Synonyms: Castile

Some articles on castilla:

Spanish Ship Castilla (L52) - History - Operación Hispaniola
... Spain dispatched Castilla to aid in relief efforts after the 7.0 magnitude 12 January 2010 Haiti earthquake ... Castilla left Rota on 22 January 2010, carrying 423 troops, and 4 helicopters, headed for Petit-Goâve, Haiti ... On 1 February 2010, Castilla arrives at San Juan in Puerto Rico to pick up additional supplies ...
Alejandro Alonso Núñez
... He served as an advisor of Industry in Castilla-La Mancha from 1993–1996 and an advisor for Agriculture and Environment in Castilla-La Mancha from 1996 - 2003 ... Earlier he served as advisor to the Presidency of Castilla-La Mancha from 1987 - 1993 ...
Ramón Castilla District
... Ramón Castilla District is one of four districts of the province Mariscal Ramón Castilla in Peru ...
Alonso Verdugo, 3rd Count Of Torrepalma
... Alonso Verdugo de Castilla (Alcala la Real, province of Jaen, 3 September 1706 - Torino, Italy, 27 March 1767) was a Spanish count ... Order of Alcantara since 1668, who had married in Seville on 6 January 1685 Isabel de Castilla y Lasso de Castilla, baptized in Granada on the 20 July 1672 - Granada, 1737) ... was one of the daughters of Sancho de Castilla y Lasso de Castilla, 9th Señor de Gor, province of Granada, señor de Alboloduy, province of Almeria ...
Castilla, Sorsogon - Barangays
... Castilla is divided into 34 barangays ... Amomonting Bagalayag Bagong Sirang Bonga Buenavista Burabod Caburacan Canjela Cogon Cumadcad Dangcalan Dinapa La Union Libtong Loreto Macalaya Maracabac Mayon Milagrosa Miluya Maypangi Monte Carmelo Oras Pandan Poblacion Quirapi Saclayan Salvacion San Isidro San Rafael San Roque San Vicente Sogoy Tomalaytay It gained significant economic progress with the help of former Town Mayor Renato G.Laurinaria,now the Provincial Vice-Governor,wherein a small seaport was also developed and still being expanded ...