Then, which is the capital city of the Green Coast? Maybe will be in figured sense.but, capital city of the Green Coast? since when? :?
Actually, since the Green Coast is not an administrative region, there's not such a thing as a capital of that area.Then, which is the capital city of the Green Coast? Maybe will be in figured sense.
It's the same than asking somebody from Liverpool if Manchester is bigger . I am more reliable coming from the 3rd Asturian city.Nice pics of another great city in Northern Spain.
So is Gijon bigger than Oviedo?
Ehhhr... I'm not originally from Oviedo, actually, I'm not even from Asturias! I just happen to live here cos of my studies... hehe, but it's a fact that Gijón is bigger than Oviedo, though the latter is the capital of the Principalty of Asturias.It's the same than asking somebody from Liverpool if Manchester is bigger . I am more reliable coming from the 3rd Asturian city.
In terms of population of the municipality, Gijón (274,472 inh.) is bigger than Oviedo (214,883 inh.). However, Oviedo has a large influence (and proximity) with other municipalities like Siero (50,000 inh.) and is the regional capital.
Great pics Avientu. Besides the lovely city centre (Cimadevilla is awesome), Gijon has been able to transform some degraded areas like Poniente. The future seems bright after you bury the railways and build some skyscrapers.
Spanish, galician, catalan, basque, asturian (or asturian-leonese) and aragonese are the most important languages. There are other small languages like "xalimiegu" in Extremadura, "aranés" (occitan) in Cataluña, "tamazight" in Ceuta...Beautiful city.
By the way, how many people speaks asturian? I thought the other languages in Spain besides spanish were only galician, catalan and basque.