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Abadia a.k.a. Abadía is a Spanish municipality located at an altitude of 442 metres above sea-level in the Autonomous Community of Estremadura, province of Cáceres. In 2001 its population was 272 – c. 6 people per square kilometre within an area of 45 km².

  • also known as 阿瓦迪亚
  • part of Spain

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Google previewA Hand-book for Travellers in Spain (1847)

by Richard Ford

Abadia is a wretched hanilet, prettily situated on the Ambroz at the head of the valley under the Sierra de Bejar: here is a square-built palace of the anue de Alba, once an “abbey” of the Templars, and some massy walls, battlements, and ...

Google previewVIVA Travel Guides Colombia (2008)

by Lorraine Caputo, Paula Newton, Richard McColl

Hotel Abadia Plaza (ROOM: $100-120) The best of the best in Pereira, Hotel Abadia is a high-end establishment in the heart of the city. The 50 modern, tastefully decorated rooms have first-class amenities, including flat screen TV. There is a ...

Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1960)

by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt

El cardenal Colonna obtiene la abadia de Subiaco, ...

Google previewThe Jewish Encyclopedia (1906)

A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler


Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Drink (2005)

An A-Z of Alcoholic Beverages by Ned Halley

Branded red wine Raimat Abadia plus Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and cava. Rain distiller and vodka brand of Kentucky, USA. 'The first organic vodka - quadruple distilled from organically grown American grain and pure Kentucky ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Spain (2009)

by Angel Smith

Barcelona: Publicacions de la Abadia de Montserrat, 1994. Boyd, Carolyn P. Praetorian Politics in Liberal Spain. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ...

Google previewHugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclopedia of Wine 2001 (2010)

by Hugh Johnson

Abadia Retuerta Castilla y León r *** 96.9798. One of the most modern bodegas in Spain. Non-DO, but with top Bordeaux help is making exceptional Temp, Cab Sand Merlot with prices to match. Esp Pago Valdebellón.96. Agapito Rico ...

Google previewLexicon for Secret Correspondence (1812)

by John Leard

Abadia.C. de Pennc. -4 Ё ‚1, l Hr Lacey.

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

abadia, an abbey: Chald. abba, a father]: the dignity or rights and privileges of an abbot. ABBATIAL, a. <2-bd'ah1",-dl, or Annarrcxn, a. d ~bcZt”Hcdl, of or pertaining to an abbey. Anna, n. dlfbé [F.], a father; a title of ...

Google previewWorld Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre (2013)

Volume 6: Bibliography and Cumulative Index by Irving Brown (Consulting Bibliographer), Natasha Rappaport (Bibliographer), Don Rubin (General Editor), Rosabel Wang (Consulting Bibliographer)

Barcelona: Publicacions de l'Abadia de Montserrat, 1996.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Architecture and Archaeology of the Middle Ages (etc.) (1838)

by John Britton

abadia, ...

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