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  Ceuta
Ceuta is an enclave in mainland Morocco, covering an area of 19,7 km².
Ceuta is governed through a 25 seat local council with 4 parties, of which Groupo Independiente Liberal is the largest with 12 seats.
The topography around Ceuta is marked by 7 peaks, of which Musa Mountain is one of the two Pillars of Hercules, once the symbolic gate between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea.
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  Marokko beansprucht Ceuta und Melilla
August zu einem Staatsbesuch in Rabat eintraf, entgegnete, dass Ceuta und Melilla keine Kolonien seien und sich außerdem allerbester Gesundheit erfreuten, was auch in Zukunft der Fall sein werde.
Ceuta und Melilla haben jeweils etwa 70.000 Einwohner, von denen etwa 85% spanischer Herkunft und 10% Mohammedaner sind.
Ceuta ist zudem das Ziel tausender Flüchtlinge aus ganz Afrika, die versuchen von hier aus eine sichere Passage für die Einreise nach Spanien und damit in die EU zu erhalten.
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 Ceuta travel guide - Wikitravel
Ceuta [1] had several sovereigns before the Portuguese in 1415 took control of this city east of Tangiers.
Ceuta being part of Spain and therefore a safe heaven for Africans made it a prime target for migrants.
Ceuta is easily accessible from Cadiz or Algeciras by ferry.
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 Ceuta
Ceuta is an enclave in mainland Morocco, covering an area of 19,7 km²;.
Ceuta is governed through a 25 seat local council with 4 parties, of which Groupo Independiente Liberal is the largest with 12 seats.
The economic base for Ceuta are the military base, tax free trade, fuel supplies to passing ships, small scale industries, fishing (mainly sardines and anchovies), as well as different forms of smuggling.
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  CEUTA/ MELILLA
Ceuta is a city and seaport in northwest Africa, located on the Strait of Gibraltar.
Ceuta is situated on the site of ancient Abila, which is thought by scholars to be one of the two Pillars of Hercules.
Ceuta and Melilla are, in a practical sense, separated from Spain by the Mediterranean Sea but also by their local administrations.
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  Ceuta - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: )
CEUTA (Arabic Sebta), a Spanish military and convict station and seaport on the north coast of Morocco, in 35° 54' N., 5° 18' W. Pop.
Ceuta consists of two quarters, the old town, covering the low ground of the isthmus, and the modern town, built on the hills forming the north and west faces of the peninsula.
Ceuta passed to Spain in 1580 on the subjugation of Portugal by Philip II., and was definitely assigned to the Spanish crown by the treaty of Lisbon in 1688.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Ceuta   (703 words)

  
 Ceuta
Ceuta is a Spanish exclave in North Africa, surrounded by Morocco, on the Mediterranean coast near the Straits of Gibraltar.
Ceuta over the centuries was subject successively to Carthaginian, Roman, Visigothic and Arab domination, until it was captured by the Portuguese on August 14, 1415.
Ceuta is known officially in Spanish as Ciudad Autónoma de Ceuta, the Autonomous City of Ceuta, having a rank between a standard Spanish city and an autonomous community.
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 CEUTA : Encyclopedia Entry
Ceuta is a Spanish exclave in North Africa, located on the Mediterranean, on the southern coast of the Strait of Gibraltar, bordering Morocco.
The allegiance of Ceuta to Spain was recognized by the Treaty of Lisbon by which, on January 1, 1668, King Afonso VI of Portugal formally ceded Ceuta to Carlos II of Spain.
By the Concordat of 1851 the diocese of Ceuta, a suffragen of the Andalusian archbishopric of Seville, was suppressed and incorporated with the diocese of Cadiz, whose bishop became regularly Apostolic Administrator of Ceuta.
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