Autonomous administrative divisions of Spain
- "autonomous communities" (agreed name for the "nationalities and regions of Spain")
- "autonomous cities" (Spanish exclaves in North Africa, these special municipalities have more limited competences than autonomous communities, but more than other municipalities)
Autonomy is asymmetrical in Spain. Both the autonomous communities and the autonomous cities (collectively known as "the Autonomies") constitute the first order (highest) level of territorial organization of Spain. In addition, single-province autonomous communities also correspond to the second-level of territorial division of Spain (provinces), and the autonomous cities also correspond to the lowest level of territorial division of Spain (municipalities).
- Autonomous administrative division
- Autonomous administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China
- Autonomous administrative divisions of India
- Autonomous administrative divisions of Russia
- "Organización territorial. El Estado de las Autonomías" (PDF). Recursos Educativos. Instituto Nacional de Tecnologías Educativas y de Formación del Profesorado. Ministerio de Eduación, Cultura y Deporte. Retrieved 19 October 2012.
- Article 2. Cortes Generales (Spanish Parliament) (1978). "Título Preliminar". Spanish Constitution of 1978. Retrieved 29 September 2012.
- Article 143. Cortes Generales (Spanish Parliament) (1978). "Título VIII. De la Organización Territorial del Estado". Spanish Constitution of 1978. Retrieved 29 September 2012.
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