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- 1 The Granjilla of The Royal Place of El Escorial - La Granjilla de La Fresneda
- 2 Paella
- 3 Grammatical Error?
- 4 WikiProject Spain
- 5 Corpus
- 6 Proposal to merge Prehistoric Spain with Prehistoric Portugal & move to Prehistoric Iberia
- 7 family history
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- 9 Happy Hispanic Day...
- 10 Latin Europe
- 11 Pedro Madruga
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- 13 Germanic rule?
- 14 Attacks to EADS-CASA article
- 15 Wiktionary - Dictionary
- 16 Mother language contest
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The Granjilla of The Royal Place of El Escorial - La Granjilla de La Fresneda
La Granjilla de La Fresneda, is known as both, La Granjilla and La Fresneda.. It is an essential Cultural Treasure of the Royal Site of El Escorial. It was planned by Philip II of Spain as a Real Cottage closed by a fence of dry stone. Juan Bautista de Toledo, Royal Architect, and Gaspar de Vega, Royal Stonework Master, designed it as a Royal Private Park into a Royal Private Estate, The Royal Place of El Escorial, isolated and protected from the rest of the world by a Royal Wall of Dry Stone known nowadays as La Cerca Real (The Royal Fence) and La Cerca de Felipe II(The Fence of Philip II). . Conceptually, La Granjilla (La Fresneda) was the counterpoint of the Monastery: for Fray José de Sigüenza, The Fresneda’s Park was an earthly image of the Paradise.
The monumental area of the Historical Place of Granjilla’s Park (Fresneda’s Park) was built between 1563 and 1569. San Lorenzo's Monastery was built between 1562 and 1584; previously, in 1561, Felipe II moved The Court from Toledo to Madrid.
La Granjilla and the Monasterio de San Lorenzo are two homologous Royal Sites, essential and indivisible parts of the Cultural Landscape of the Royal Site of El Escorial, cultural, natural and symbolic legacy of the Spanish Crown to the Spanish People..
. Also as, La Fresneda del Real Sitio del Escorial and La Granjilla del Real Sitio del Escorial.
. In 2006, “La Cerca Real” was declared Cultural Good by Madrid’s Regional Government. Vide, CAM, Decreto 52/2006 – BOCM 21/96/2009.
. La Granjilla (Real Sitio del Escorial)
. La Granjilla is a Welfare of Cultural Interest. By its historicity, until the 19th century, it could be considered Cultural Heritage of the Hispanic Monarchy in The Royal Place of The Escorial. Nowadays should be declared, urgently, Spanish Heritage to be administrated by the Spanish National Trust (Organismo Autónomo de Patrimonio Nacional, Ministerio de la Presidencia, Gobierno de España).
Petition to the Spanish Government: national, regional and municipal authorities
We ask the Spanish authorities:
To declare "The Granjilla de La Fresneda", National Treasure Spanish Heritage.
To include the Cultural Landscape of the Royal Site of El Escorial in the “Parque Nacional Sierra de Guadarrama”. Philip II protected the Royal Site of El Escorial with a Royal Dry Stone Wall.
To declare the Royal Site of El Escorial, European Heritage and World Heritage Site.
The Royal Site of El Escorial is the Inalienable Cultural Legacy of the Parliamentary Hispanic Monarchy to the Spanish People. Direcciones de Internet (URL)
El Proyecto Camelot-Escorial pide a los Poderes Públicos y a las Instituciones Internacionales: 1.- Que declaren el Real Sitio del Escorial Legado Cultural Inalienable, Irrenunciable e Imprescriptible de la Monarquía Hispánica Parlamentaria al Pueblo Español. 2.- Que incluyan el Patrimonio Natural, Cultual y Simbólico del Real Sitio del Escorial en el Parque Nacional Sierra de Guadarrama. 3.- Que el Paisaje Cultural del Real Sitio del Escorial, que Felipe II protegió para la posteridad con una Cerca de Piedra en Seco, sea declarado Patrimonio Europeo y Patrimonio de la Humanidad. El Proyecto Camelot-Escorial (Escorial Sostenible y Amigos del Escorial) es un grupo de trabajo altruista abierto e interdisciplinar, sin personalidad jurídica común ni beneficio económico. El Lema del Proyecto Camelot-Escorial es: "Lo que escribió Cervantes, lo que pintó Velázquez, lo que edificó Herrera influye sobre lo que hicimos, pensamos y sentimos los españoles de hoy". G. Morente.
Is the 'an European' part in the first box grammatically correct? You don't really hear people overpronouncing the 'an', so I'm pretty sure it's 'a', despite the vowel. I'm changing it, but if it was correct, feel free to revert it back. Amina 03:32, 13 March 2006 (UTC)
- What vowel? European doesn't start with a vowel (it starts with a English pronunciation: /j/): a European. Jimp 09:11, 19 February 2007 (UTC)
Hi all. I'd like to encourage editors interested in Spain to sign up for WikiProject Spain, and/or to participate in discussion about priorities for Spain-related articles. Thanks! --Nick Boalch\talk 13:00, 25 May 2006 (UTC)
Hi. I have searched through the featured content, and have found these things that pertain to Spain:
- Diego Velázquez
- Habsburg Spain
- Battle of Bicocca (at a stretch)
- Italian War of 1521 (see above)
- War of the League of Cambrai (ditto)
- War of the Spanish Succession
No lists, apparently. I'll look through the pictures at some point too.--Estrellador* 21:48, 5 August 2006 (UTC)
Proposal to merge Prehistoric Spain with Prehistoric Portugal & move to Prehistoric Iberia
Currently, the text of Prehistoric Spain seems really to be about prehistoric Iberia. Similarly, the text of Prehistoric Portugal seems really to be about the same thing. This would be perfectly understandable seeing as there was no Spain and no Portugal in prehistoric times. I have argued therefore that it would be best to have these articles merged under a title which indicates the geographical region rather than the modern states. I have proposed the articles be merged and moved to Prehistoric Iberia. Please come and discuss my proposal. Jimp 09:12, 19 February 2007 (UTC)
- Hello Jim. If the merge goes through, what shall we do with Pre-Roman Portugal? You see, Prehistoric Spain encompasses a period that the "Portuguese" articles differentiated into Prehistoric Portugal and Pre-Roman Portugal. Should we merge them all? The Ogre 13:48, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
--Dbedia 02:08, 17 July 2007 (UTC)dbedia
i am tyring to fing out my family history. i am bedia and i would like to know more about the bedia's from spain. i would just like a little help
Happy Hispanic Day...
- This portal's too dead to notice. ColombianConservative 06:51, 12 October 2007 (UTC)
- I can help but I don't quite get your request. -- FayssalF - Wiki me up® 18:07, 17 January 2009 (UTC)
- I think is a good suggestion and I implemented it - a bit late. --Elekhh (talk) 13:40, 7 June 2010 (UTC)
I don´t speak english as my mother tongue, but I think that "visigothic rule" is the correct name for what happened between romans and islamic domination of Spain. There where a lot of germanic tribes, but only that tribe got the real power in Hispania, at least for one or two centuries. I find it too generic. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 23:03, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
Attacks to EADS-CASA article
I have a problem which a pair of American users, what for an inexplicable reason they disliking the fact of EADS-CASA is building the Eurofighter Typhoon in Spain.
This users, User:Dave1185 and User:BilCat was deleting repeatedly some references and pictures about the Spanish Eurofighter that I write in the EADS-CASA article. I don’t understand the reason of that attitude… In spite of being a fact confirmed that EADS-CASA makes these planes for the Spanish Air force, these American users insist that the plane is not a product of EADS-HOUSE and erase everything related with this fact.
anybody can help me with the EADS-CASA article, and to stop that guys?.
Greetings for all
Estos usuarios User:Dave1185 y User:BilCat han borrado repetidamente algunas referencias, y imágenes sobre el Eurofighter español que yo había puesto en el articulo de EADS-CASA. No entiendo la razón de esta actitud. A pesar de ser un hecho contrastado que EADS-CASA fabrica estos aviones para la fuerza Aérea Española, estos usuarios americanos insisten que el avión no es un producto de EADS-CASA y borran todo lo relacionado con este hecho.
Alguien puede ayudarme con el articulo de EADS-CASA y a parar a estos tipos?
Wiktionary - Dictionary
The Spanish dictionary of Wikipedia (Wiktionary) needs volunteers, practise your knowledge (German, English, Spanish, French,...).
You are invited!!!
- Wiktionary Español —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 20:08, 10 November 2010 (UTC)
Mother language contest
Hello. I want to invite you to join a new contest. It's about editing in the eight langages spoken in Spain. Here you have more information in English: meta:Concurso Lenguas Maternas 2016/en. Thank you. --Millars (talk) 00:09, 12 February 2016 (UTC)
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