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For instance, in past editions of the Galician was termed a Portuguese dialect spoken in northwestern Spain.
A series of lithographed black & white maps with black or colored kreis (administrative circle) boundaries from "Atlas von Europa nebst den Kolonien, für Geschäftsmänner, Zeitungsleser und Besitzer des Conversations-Lexicons" ("Atlas of Europe, together with the colonies, for businessmen, newspaper readers and owners of phrasebooks"), published by Göschen of Leipzig about 1828.Undated map produced by Tobias Conrad Lotter and Sons of Augsburg, Bavaria between 1772~1810, probably during Lotter's lifetime (by 1775). This is an early but complete survey of Galicia; in addition to the overview map, 10 higher-scale maps cover one, two or three kreise in greater detail: Historic map of the Third Partition of Poland by the British publisher William Faden, published in 1799.Single image, sourced by Pamela Weisberger, from the New York Public Library. The very detailed map shows the 'dismemberment' of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (bordered in pink) into Russian (beige), Prussian (yellow), and Austrian (green) partitions; Austrian Galicia is included in the green partition.Three-color map published by the Bureau of Arts and Industries in Vienna.Original copy of the map from the Central Library of Geography and Environmental Protection, digitized by the Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization of the Polish Academy of Sciences; digital copy sourced by Jay Osborn from the Repozytorium Cyfrowe Instytutów Naukowych (RCIN). of Vienna, the map shows political boundaries, ranks towns by three size symbols, identifies, diocese seats for four kinds of Christian religions, and shows rivers and roads plus mines for salt, iron, lead, and silver.bordered by Russia to the east, northeast, and south, Belarus to the northwest, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia to the west, Romania, and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively.
Ukraine is currently in territorial dispute with Russia over the Crimean Peninsula which Russia annexed in 2014 making it the largest country entirely within Europe and the 46th largest country in the world.
Others are Andalucía and the Canary Islands; Aragón; Asturias; Castile; Extremadura; León; Murcia; and Navarra, whose regional identities are strong but whose language, if in some places dialectic, is mutually intelligible with the official Castilian Spanish.
The national territory is divided into fifty provinces, which date from 1833 and are grouped into seventeen autonomous regions, or comunidades autónomas. Spain occupies about 85 percent of the Iberian peninsula, with Portugal on its western border.
Engraved and hand-colored "New Map of the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, with the Duchy of Bukovina," showing towns (distinguished in four classes from fortified to ordinary to village to hamlet), postal routes, and major geographic landmarks.
Annotated in French (and some Latin), and scaled in miles and toise d'ordonnance.
Spain's perimeter is mountainous, the mountains generally rising from relatively narrow coastal plains.