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I think this page could be worked on to give it more detail. The list of sites without any explanation doesn't add much. We learn little about the city as an actual place with real people. Portcult 07:44, 20 Aug 2003 (UTC)

Possible personal research[edit]

In the article can be read this: "El Fontán Market(17th century-18th century). A simple but rather monumental complex; an 18th century century porticoed square, which housed the vegetable market. It fell victim to speculative manoeuvre." This looks like a personal opinion, that, as such, cannot be present in the Wikipedia. To keep it is necessary to provide external sources. MJGR 12:16, 21 August 2006 (UTC)

Can anyone explain what "It fell victim to speculative manoeuvres" actually means?, cos it beats the hell outa me!Chickeninapram (talk) 21:16, 25 March 2009 (UTC)


708 m is the altitude of the mountain "El Picayu" close to the city, but not the Above Mean Sea Level which is 232 m. A little correction.


Ventanielles is one of the Oviedo's Neighborhoods. The real and unique name is Oviedo (spanish) or Uvieu (bable or asturian). Please be rigorous. --Deibiz (talk) 11:44, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

Removal of the word "Bable"[edit]

Native speakers of the Asturian language consider the term "Bable" derogatory. The connotation is that the language is jibberish. Although the world Bable is a citable reference and has been used by uninformed parties to refer to the language, due to its offensive nature, it should be removed from this article. In the asturian language, they refer to the language as "Asturianu"... the language should be referred to as "Asturian" in English. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Asturnut (talkcontribs) 11:48, 6 February 2010 (UTC)

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