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  Cortijo Cadiz - Countryside and rural property directory, Andalucia, Spain
Cadiz enjoys a warm climate with an average temperature of 14 degrees in the winter and 22 in the summer and more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
Cadiz itself is a fascinating and beautiful city with a rich history, as is nearby Jerez, the home of sherry.
The cultural heritage of Cadiz continues to thrive, the large population of gypsies in the area means that the art of flamenco is popular and the region is responsible for the famous Andalucian horse as well as for raising bulls used for bullfighting.
www.cortijo-cadiz.com   (510 words)

Cadiz (369,382) is the residence of the bishop, and is situated on the Isle of
Leon, separated from the mainland by a narrow and torturous channel; very high and thick walls surrounded the city, which from the sea presents a very picturesque appearance.
Cadiz and Algeciras, granted by Clement VI in 1352.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03131b.htm   (282 words)

  harrison county picture gallery
Cadiz founded in 1804,is the largest village and the county seat,and has the honor of being named the "Proudest Small Town in America".The bronze plaque received for this distinction is mounted on a rough stele located on the corner of the court house grounds.
The distance from Cadiz to Washington DC is 237 miles.
(as the crow flies) Cadiz is positioned 40.26 degrees north of the equator and 80.99 degrees west of the prime meridian.
www.geocities.com /cadizohio/ctown.htm   (156 words)

 The City of Cadiz, Andalucia, Southern Spain
Cadiz stands on a peninsula jutting out into a bay, and is almost entirely surrounded by water.
Cadiz was later raided by Sir Francis Drake, in the struggle to gain control of trade with the New World, and managed to withstand a siege by Napoleon's army.
It also owes much to the town's tradition of liberalism and tolerance which was maintained all through the years of Franco's dictatorship, despite this being one of the first cities to fall to his forces and was the port through which the Republican armies launched their invasion.
www.andalucia.com /cities/cadiz.htm   (467 words)

 Cadiz property and real estate directory, Spain
Spanish Property Network for Cadiz and the Costa de la Luz
Property Net Cadiz is part of the Property Net Spain network of sites - our sites allow you to:
Receive updates of the latest spanish properties for sale in the interior and coastal regions of Cadiz.
www.property-net-cadiz.com   (327 words)

 Cadiz Spain
Cadiz Spain is thought to be the oldest city in Europe.
The emplacement of the city of Cadiz is supreme.
Cadiz would not be Cadiz if it did not have the festive tradition of Carnival.
www.alicante-spain.com /costa-del-sol/cadiz.html   (1242 words)

Cadiz complained that the landfill project was incompatible with Cadiz's agricultural operations and that the EIR failed to evaluate Cadiz's County-approved agricultural expansion project.
Cadiz claimed its agricultural site is free of traditional agricultural pests, resulting in minimal use of pesticides but the landfill will detrimentally impact the marketability of Cadiz's produce because of the landfill introducing pests and disease which would necessitate increased use of pesticides.
Cadiz argues that the EIR incorrectly concludes that groundwater contamination was not a significant adverse impact.
ceres.ca.gov /ceqa/cases/2000/Cadiz-2000.html   (8325 words)

 Cortijo Cadiz - Costa de la Luz property map
Virtually an island, Cadiz is surrounded by the sea on all sides, connected to the mainland by a thin strip of land 8km long.
Cadiz is 35km from the airport at Jerez and 130km from Seville.
Tarifa is 35km from Algeciras and 110km from Cadiz.
www.cortijo-cadiz.com /costa_de_la_luz.html   (3331 words)

 Cadiz - a coastline province of Andalucia - full of Spanish history
Cadiz is well known for its irresistable sights, sheer elegance and atmosphere.
Cadiz has much to offer the visitor including the vibrant fiestas where Flamenco shows are the norm.
Cadiz is a city that knows how to enjoy itself and is not affraid of showing it.
www.idealspain.com /Pages/Places/Cadiz.htm   (817 words)

 Cadiz, Spain
Cadiz is also very popular with surfers, as it is one of the few places in Spain to offer great weather and high waves.
In 1812, during the French occupation, the Cadiz parliament met and the first Spanish Constitution was written converting Cadiz into the political centre of Spain.
Located in the middle of countryside, 28 kms from Cadiz, there are many things which make this an attractive place to visit: the old part which was declared a historical artistic centre, the famous riding school, the motorbike and car racing circuit and wine cellars.
www.euroresidentes.com /euroresiuk/guides-spain/guide-cadiz.htm   (2732 words)

Cadiz, a fortified town of about 114,000 inhabitants, capital of the province of the same name, seat of a bishopric; it occupies a rock surrounded on all sides by the sea with the exception of the narrow isthmus joining it to San Fernando.
Cadiz is one of the most delightful towns in Andalusia, as much for its elegant houses and its clean, well kept, streets as for its exceptional mild climate.
Today Cadiz is reached from the north by crossing a bridge on National road N-IV, which spans the Bay of Caleta, and from the east by National road N-340 through San Fernando and on t0 Gibraltar, as well as by sea from the Canary Islands and beyond.
rotacrony.com /Cadiz.htm   (1250 words)

 Cadizfc.net Home Page
Cadiz 0-0 Las Palmas - The first game under the guidance of the new manager saw Cadiz control virtually the whole game with ease but they were unable to turn their superiority into the victory that the home fans were hoping for.
Cadiz came back strongly in the second half and were soon rewarded in the 56th minute when Medina pulled a goal back to make it 1-2.
Cadiz announced today that 17,000 season tickets have already been sold for the forthcoming season, which is a record in the Segunda division and well in excess of the best forecasts of 16,000 ticket holders after the relegation from the Primera Liga.
www.cadizfc.net /index.html   (3314 words)

 Cadiz, KY   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cadiz is governed by a mayor and a six member city council.
Cadiz is also proud to be the home to Lake Barkley State Resort Park, the only four-diamond state park in the nation.
Cadiz is only a 30 minute drive through the scenic Kentucky countryside and farmland to Fort Campbell.
www.campbell.army.mil /cadiz.htm   (1046 words)

 Getafe v Cadiz
Cadiz finally went down to the Segunda Liga but not after a spirited effort at Getafe.
Cadiz named the same starting XI for the must win game, with Berrizo partnering Paz in the middle of defence.
The Cadiz players returned to the field long after the final whistle to once again pay homage to their faithful following, but now next weeks finale at home to Malaga will have nothing riding on it apart from Andalusian bragging rights.
www.cadizfc.net /week3705.htm   (568 words)

 Atletico Madrid v Cadiz
In the early exchanges the Cadiz defence struggled with the pace of both Kezman and especially Petrov.
From gaining control of the match, a lapse in defence had meant Cadiz were 1-0 down and the home fans were rejuvinated.
Cadiz fans can take some good things from this match, but unfortunately some basic defensive errors and a lack of idea’s prevented their side from picking up at least a point from a tricky away fixture.
www.cadizfc.net /week1105.htm   (351 words)

 Cadiz, Wisconsin WI, town profile (Green County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Cadiz is a town in Green County, in the Monroe metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Cadiz was $16,070, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Cadiz, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $350.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=277661   (457 words)

 Cadiz travel guide
On the southern tip of Spain the port city of Cadiz (pronounced CA-deeth) has been active since the days of the Roman Empire when its dancers were famous throughout the Mediterranean region.
Its most prosperous era was in the 18th century and inner Cadiz, built on a peninsula, displays the beautiful architecture of this period.
Cadiz also boasts the liveliest Carnival celebration in Spain (with the possible exception of Tenerife in the Canary Islands).
www.world66.com /europe/spain/andalucia/cadiz   (197 words)

 Cadiz, Ohio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cadiz is a village in Harrison County, Ohio, United States.
Cadiz is the birthplace of movie star Clark Gable on February 1, 1901, and the site of his museum at 138 Charleston Street in the village.
Cadiz was a stop along the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad that connected Pittsburgh to Chicago and St.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cadiz,_Ohio   (436 words)

 The Fiestas of Spain : Carnival in Cádiz
After all, Carnival in Cadiz will soon be in full swing, and you wouldn't want to miss un momento of the uninhibited, sherry-guzzling, flamenco-charged fun.
Carnival in Cadiz is said to be the third largest Carnival celebration in the world (after Rio de Janeiro and Trinidad).
Cadiz is a quiet and serene city on the Andalusian coast, except when it plays host to Spain's ultimate party.
www.donquijote.org /culture/spain/fiestas/carnaval.cadiz.asp   (465 words)

 Cadiz Dunes Wilderness   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cadiz Dunes Wilderness encompasses a major portion of the Cadiz Dune system and desert shrub lowlands just east of the dunes.
The next 5 miles of the Cadiz Road forms the eastern boundary of the wilderness.
Cadiz Road is passable by two-wheel drive vehicles, but the southern and northern bound routes require four-wheel drive vehicles.
www.blm.gov /ca/pa/wilderness/wa/areas/cadiz_dunes.html   (512 words)

 Cádiz (Spain): Information on the city Cádiz
Cadiz, possibly the oldest city in Europe, sits on a small, narrow, peninsula of only10.58 Km (6.5 mi) long.
The almost island positioning of Cadiz and its location between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean has always kept the city as a major focal point in history.
Cadiz is proud to be one of the few cities in the world where inhabitants and visitors enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine per year.
www.spanishcourses.info /cities/43_cadiz_EN.asp   (1242 words)

 Cadiz, Ohio OH, village profile (Harrison County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Cadiz was $17,405, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Cadiz, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $280.
The average commute time for Cadiz workers is 22 minutes, compared with 26 minutes nationwide.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=16444   (510 words)

 Cadiz Dunes Wilderness - BLM California, Needles Field Office   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 21,298-acre (approximate) Cadiz Dunes Wilderness encompasses a major portion of the Cadiz Dune system and desert shrub lowlands just east of the dunes.
Cadiz Dunes Wilderness lies 40 miles east of Twenty Nine Palms, between State Highway 62 and historic Route 66, in San Bernardino County, California.
Cadiz Road is passable by two-wheel drive vehicles, but the southern and northern boundary routes require four-wheel drive vehicles.
www.blm.gov /ca/needles/cadiz.html   (371 words)

 Cadiz Bay Port Authority
Because of its priveleged geographical enclave, the Port of the Bay of Cadiz is the point of entry and exit for merchant traffic from the European Union to the Magreb countries.
Communications with and access to the Port of the Bay of Cadiz by road, railway and airlines.
The Port of the Bay of Cadiz is becoming a regular port of call for tourist cruiser vessels which either go across the Mediterranean and the Atlantic or vice versa.
www.puertocadiz.com /ingles/principal.asp   (210 words)

 Noticias de la Gran Regata
Although both fleets are on course to reach Cadiz on the dates foreseen by the organization, the Mediterranean fleet has yet to pass through the straits of Gibraltar and it remains to be seen whether conditions will be favourable for a swift passage.
This agreement also involves the University of Cadiz which, as one of the Spanish and European universities that is most closely linked to the sea, will have the privilege of providing the crew for this schooner, made up of young students from the Nautical Science Faculty.
The presence of the Mayor of Cadiz, Teófila Martínez, who was accompanied at all times by Feni, the mascot of the regatta en Cadiz, aroused the interest of the public, many of whom approached the stand of Cadiz.
www.cadiz-regata2000.com /ingles/noticias-eng.htm   (2309 words)

 Cádiz, CÁDIZ Hotels, map, streetmap and travel information. SOL Spain On Line
Cadiz has close ties with Cuba, partly due to the close relations built up with Havana during the Cuban war of independence when Cadiz was the main port of supply.
The similarities with Havana was one of the reasons why Cadiz was chosen to shoot some of the scenes for the latest Bond film —“Die Another Death”.
The most easy-going tour starts in the tourist office at Plaza Juan de Dios with the “Linea Carmesi” which is marked on the pavement and leads one around the most interesting places in the ancient quarter of the City (a distance of 2.5km).
www.sol.com /cadiz   (774 words)

 Cadiz Rotary Club of Cadiz Kentucky
Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world.
Each spring since 1967, Cadiz Rotary has partnered with WKDZ radio station as the club’s only means used each year to raise funds.
The week long Radio Auction connects community and the Rotary Club in a combined effort to raise funds used to make possible a wide variety of activities and scholarships/grants beneficial to the youth and senior citizens of Trigg County.
www.cadizrotary.org /index.html   (301 words)

 Closed Areas Cadiz Dunes
The next 5 miles of the Cadiz Road forms the eastern boundary of the wilderness.
Cadiz Farms goes to the right, do not take this road.
The 21,298-acre (approximate) Cadiz Dunes Wilderness encompasses a major portion of the Cadiz Dune system and desert shrub lowlands just east of the dunes.
www.duneguide.com /closed_areas_cadiz_dunes.htm   (317 words)

 Cadiz travel guide - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cadiz is the capital of the Cadiz Province in the Andalucia region of Spain.
Buses run to and from Seville, Jerez, Algeciras, etc. A ticket from Jerez to Cadiz is about 10 euro.
A modern monument of Cadiz are the huge pylons of the powerline crossing the bay of Cadiz.
wikitravel.org /en/Cadiz   (341 words)

 Statement by Senator Dianne Feintein on the MWD vote against the Cadiz Water Storage Project
The Cadiz project may have harmed the Desert and was not in the best interest of the MWD or the State of California.
As the author of the California Desert Protection Act, I carefully examined the plan for Cadiz to store and sell water from an aquifer under the Mojave Desert.
Based on information from the U.S. Geological Survey and other scientists, I came to the conclusion that the project may have adversely affected the future of the California Desert and it should not be allowed to proceed.
www.senate.gov /~feinstein/Releases02/r-cadiz6.htm   (151 words)

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