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English: This map shows the Crown of Castile and its geographical evolution during centuries.
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Author Alexandre Vigo


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current20:35, 5 January 2016Thumbnail for version as of 20:35, 5 January 2016330 × 365 (287 KB)AlphathonVarious corrections to the text (mostly to more idiomatic English)
08:55, 14 May 2010Thumbnail for version as of 08:55, 14 May 2010330 × 365 (290 KB)Alexandre Vigo~commonswiki{{Information |Description={{en|1=This map shows the Crown of Castile and its geographycal evolution during centuries.}} |Source={{own}} |Author=Alexandre Vigo |Date=18/04/2010 |Permission= |other_versions= }} Category:History
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