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Pamplona

Flag made on weave of polyester of 110 gr. .Solid colours. Total crossing of the colour. Long duration to the inclemency.

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Pamplona is located in the

Pamplona is located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula, and in the center of the Pamplona basin. It extends to both banks of the river Arga and through it there are two other rivers, Elorz (tributary of Arga) and Sadar (tributary of Elorz). Account with a population of 195 650 inhabitants (INE, 2016) -203 382 according to the data of the municipal register- [quotation required] distributed in an area of ​​25.098 km², according to the data of the municipal registry. Its metropolitan area reaches 334 830 inhabitants distributed in an area of ​​488.6 km².

Traditionally it has been believed that the city was founded in 74 a. C. by the Roman general Pompey as Pompelo or Pompelo on a preexisting town, of course Basque origin, perhaps called Bengoda, 6 although no classical historical source collects this data; Estrabón does allude, without specifying details, that the foundation of Pamplona was the work of Pompeyo. The city would become from then on one of the most important populations of the territory of vascones. After the invasions of the Germanic peoples of the sixth century, the Visigoth kingdom of Toledo was established in Pamplona, ​​but maintaining continuous campaigns against the Basques. The subsequent Muslim conquest of the Iberian Peninsula of the 8th century achieved the submission of the territory of Pamplona.

During the first half of the 9th century, the local nobility, with the alliance of the Banu Qasi family, achieved the consolidation of an independent power nucleus led by Íñigo Arista, who turned Pamplona into the capital of the Kingdom of Pamplona and during the Age Media, in the Kingdom of Navarre. In 1423 Carlos III of Navarre dictated the Privilege of the Union that unified the three boroughs of Pamplona in a single city, and from where his name in Basque language "Iruña" derived from this union of the "three good ones" (iru ona in Euskera ). In 1512 it was occupied by the troops sent by Fernando the Catholic, with the definitive defeat in 1521, and that along with the peninsular part of the old navarro kingdom was annexed in the Spanish crown. The majority of the Basque nationalism considers it also historical capital of Euskal Herria.

of the Iberian Peninsula, and in the center of the Pamplona basin. It extends to both banks of the river Arga and through it there are two other rivers, Elorz (tributary of Arga) and Sadar (tributary of Elorz). Account with a population of 195 650 inhabitants (INE, 2016) -203 382 according to the data of the municipal register- [quotation required] distributed in an area of ​​25.098 km², according to the data of the municipal registry. Its metropolitan area reaches 334 830 inhabitants distributed in an area of ​​488.6 km².

Traditionally it has been believed that the city was founded in 74 a. C. by the Roman general Pompey as Pompelo or Pompelo on a preexisting town, of course Basque origin, perhaps called Bengoda, 6 although no classical historical source collects this data; Estrabón does allude, without specifying details, that the foundation of Pamplona was the work of Pompeyo. The city would become from then on one of the most important populations of the territory of vascones. After the invasions of the Germanic peoples of the sixth century, the Visigoth kingdom of Toledo was established in Pamplona, ​​but maintaining continuous campaigns against the Basques. The subsequent Muslim conquest of the Iberian Peninsula of the 8th century achieved the submission of the territory of Pamplona.

During the first half of the 9th century, the local nobility, with the alliance of the Banu Qasi family, achieved the consolidation of an independent power nucleus led by Íñigo Arista, who turned Pamplona into the capital of the Kingdom of Pamplona and during the Age Media, in the Kingdom of Navarre. In 1423 Carlos III of Navarre dictated the Privilege of the Union that unified the three boroughs of Pamplona in a single city, and from where his name in Basque language "Iruña" derived from this union of the "three good ones" (iru ona in Euskera ). In 1512 it was occupied by the troops sent by Fernando the Catholic, with the definitive defeat in 1521, and that along with the peninsular part of the old navarro kingdom was annexed in the Spanish crown. The majority of the Basque nationalism considers it also historical capital of Euskal Herria.

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Pamplona

Pamplona

Flag made on weave of polyester of 110 gr. .Solid colours. Total crossing of the colour. Long duration to the inclemency.

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