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Donostia-San Sebastián

(Spanish donostja san seβasˈtjan)
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(Placename) the official name (including the Basque name Donostia) for San Sebastián
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Donostia-San Sebastian has three main beaches - La Concha, one of Europe's most beautiful bays, Ondarreta, at the foot of Mount Igueldo and La Zurriola, now the biggest after land reclamation.
De Ayuntamientos republicanos a franquistas 1936-1937, Donostia-San Sebastian, Juntas Generales de Gipuzkoa/ Aranzadi Zientzia Elkartea, 2010).
Following Riga and Umea in 2014, the future European capitals of culture will be Mons (Belgium) and Plzen (Czech Republic) in 2015, Donostia-San Sebastian (Spain) and Wroclaw (Poland) in 2016, Paphos (Cyprus) and Aarhus (Denmark) in 2017, and Valetta (Malta) in 2018.
com)-- One of the most renowned landmarks of Donostia-San Sebastian, Hotel de Londres y de Ingleterra, is undergoing renovation during the months January and February of this year.
Prospektiker (Prospective and Strategy), Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
Moreover, the credit rating agency kept the ratings of the historical territories of Alava, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa, the autonomous region of the Basque Country and the city of Donostia-San Sebastian.
In 2005, the Elba Benitez Project developed the installations that the Portuguese artist had begun in 2003, with which he startled visitors at group shows such as the 2004 Manifesta 5 in Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain.
Diario del Concilio, Idatz, Donostia-San Sebastian 2008, 624 pp.
SAN SEBASTIAN Spanish pride shone brightly midway through the 51st Donostia-San Sebastian Intl.
e todos los muy diversos festivales que existen en el mundo hay uno que se distingue, el Festival de Donostia-San Sebastian que tiene lugar en el arranque del otono.
Spain: Alginet, Cadiz, Donostia-San Sebastian, Gijon, La Coruna, Logrono, Tui
They are Donostia-San Sebastian in Spain and Wroclaw in Poland.