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Gijon Centro Ciudad España

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Map of Gijon city center. On this map you can see the streets of downtown, the most important buildings, squares and parks, and urban morphology of central Gijon. This map is ideal for getting around the center of Gijon city.

Gijon Centro Ciudad España

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Gijón is a coastal industrial city and a municipality in the autonomous community of Asturias in Spain. Early mediaeval texts mention it as "Gigia". It was an important regional Roman city, although the area has been settled since earliest history. The name was originally applied to a small peninsula presently referred to as Cimadevilla, literally "top of village," between two beaches, one of which has a recreational port today. The main port, one of the largest in the north of Spain, is called "El Musel".