Quinto Real (place)

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Quinto Real (French: Le Pays Quint, Basque: Kintoa) is an area on the border between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains, in northeastern Navarre. The area is part of Spain but is administered by France; the inhabitants are French citizens by default but have the right to dual citizenship. Residents pay income tax in France and property taxes in Spain.[1]

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  1. ^ Demory, Jordi. "Le Pays Quint, un pays à part". lasemainedupaysbasque.fr. La Semaine du Pays Basque. Retrieved 8 July 2015. 

Coordinates: 43°01′59″N 1°25′59″W / 43.0330°N 1.4330°W / 43.0330; -1.4330