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Comunidad Autónoma de Andalucía
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Bandera Sagkal ning armas
Motto (Kasebyan): Andalucía por sí, para España y la humanidad
(Andalusia by herself, for Spain, and for humankind)
Imno: Andaluces levantaos
Localización de Andalucía.png
Tungku (Capitoliu)  Seville
Oficial a amanu Spanish
Leparan
 – Total
 – % of Spain
Ranggu 2nd
 87,268 km²
 17.2%
Populaciun
 – Total (2006)
 – % of Spain
 – Kapal (Density)
Ranggu 1st
 7,975,672
 17.84
 91.39/km²
Aus kareng memalen
 – Inglis
 – Castila

 Andalusian
 Andaluz, andaluza
Statute of Autonomy December 30 1981[1]
Pekakatawan king
parlamentu

 – Pekakatawan king Congresu
 – Pekakatawan king Senadu


 62
 40
Pamuntuk Manuel Chaves González (PSOE)
ISO 3166-2 AN
Junta de Andalucía
Malecón of La Caleta, Cádiz

Suglung Palwal[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Template:Spain/Andalusia Lalawigan ning Andalusia Bandera ning Espanya
Lalawigan: Almería | Cádiz | Córdoba | Granada | Huelva | Jaén | Málaga | Sevilla
  1. The Statute of Autonomy for Andalusia was approved by "Ley Orgánica 6/1981, de 30 de diciembre, Estatuto de Autonomía para Andalucía", published in Boletín Oficial del Estado n. 9, 11 January 1982. As for "Decreto Ley 11/1978" a provisional Autonomous Government (Junta de Andalucía preautonómica) had already been created. The Statute of Autonomy has been reformed in 2006, and the amended text approved by the Senate of Spain and the Congress of Deputies of Spain. The new Statute will be voted on in a referendum in 2007.[1]