Valencians

Valencians

About Valencians

The Valencian Community is an autonomous community of Spain located in central and south-eastern Iberian Peninsula. Its capital and largest city is Valencia. The region is divided into three provinces: Alicante, Castellon and Valencia, and thirty four comarques. It has 518_km of Mediterranean coastline and covers 23,259_km_ of land with 5.1_million inhabitants (2009). Its borders largely reflect those of the historic Kingdom of Valencia. The current version of the Valencian Statute of Autonomy (2006) declares the Valencian Community a nationality of Spain. The official languages are Valencian (as Catalan is known in this territory) and Spanish. The official name of the autonomous community, Comunitat Valenciana, has seen a variety of renditions in English; including "Valencian Community", "Valencian Country", "Land of Valencia", "Region of Valencia" or most commonly, simply "Valencia". The Spanish name, Comunidad Valenciana, was co-official under the first Statute of

Contributions by Martorell, Blondlieut, and Malandi.