Provincia de Badajoz

Provincia de Badajoz
Extremadura History
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Province of Badajoz,
Province of Cáceres

Badajoz is one of two provinces in Extremadura, and was created as a provincial entity in 1833. It is bordered in the south by the Extremadura province of Cáceres, to the north by Castilla-La Mancha province of Toledo and the east by the province of Ciudad Real. In the south-east, it is bordered by the Andalucía province of Córdoba and in the south by the provinces of Sevilla and Huelva. It is bordered in the west by the country of Portugal. The province has a total population of around 670,000 people on 21,766 square kilometers. People from the province are known as pacense.

Aceuchal, Alange, Alburquerque, Almendralejo, Arroya de San Sérvan, Azuaga, Badajoz, Barcarrota, Bótoa, Cabeza del Buey, Campanario, Don Benito, Fuente de Cantos, Gévora, Guareña, Helechosa de los Montes, Herrera del Duque, Hornachos, Jerez de los Caballeros, Llera, Llerena, Medellín, Medina de las Torres, Mérida, Mirandilla, Monesterio, Nogales, Olivenza, Oliva de la Frontera, Puebla de Sancho Pérez, Quintana de la Sierra, Ribera del Fresno, La Roca de la Sierra, Salvatierra de los Barros, Los Santos de Maimona, Valencia de las Torres, Valencia del Ventoso, Valverde de Leganés, Villafranca de los Barros, Villanueva de la Serena, Villanueva del Fresno, Vivares, Zafra, Zalamea de la Serena, La Zarza