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  UDALBILTZA ® Euskal Herriko Udal eta Udal Hautetsien Biltzarra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Euskal Herria, which was a people of emigrants in the 19th century, whose preferred destination was the Americas, went on to become a country receiving immigration in the 20th century, above all in the period 1950-1975, with the main recipients being the territories of Bizcaia, Guipuzkoa and Araba.
The intense development Bizcaia and Guipuzkoa, which Araba and Nafarroa Garaia would later experience, gave rise to an extraordinary level of demographic growth in Hegoalde, through the massive influx of immigrants attracted by the job market.
While the territories of Hegoalde constituted a destination for many immigrants, the youth of Iparralde emigrated to Paris and other industrialized centres.
www.udalbiltzainfo.com /ehepoblacioni.htm   (476 words)

  
 UDALBILTZA ® Euskal Herriko Udal eta Udal Hautetsien Biltzarra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
In contrast, the presence of the industrial sector is more important in Hegoalde.
The number of men engaged in gainful employment is higher in Hegoalde than in Iparralde.
In the same way that borders between states have in the past been the cause of asymmetric development between Hegoalde and Iparralde, their dismantling provides an opportunity for the agents of the different territories to work together.
www.udalbiltzainfo.com /eheeconomiai.htm   (294 words)

  
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However, graphic substitution of the dorsal by the apical occur, especially in Biscayan as early as the XVI century.
At present, the confluence of the two alveolar phonemes, especially in the dialects of Hegoalde, is an expanding process, already concluded in Biscayan.
In the Hegoalde dialect this process ends in the XVI century, whereas in the Iparralde dialect it is conserved until the XX century.
www.fonatari.org /paginas/ing/euskara/index.php?cod=15   (1456 words)

  
 Top 30 CLIMBING WALLS - Specialises in the manufacture and installation of climbing walls, climbing holds, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Vitoria Town hall requested for the second time the services of our Asturian company.
The proposed work consisted of a climbing wall and a bouldering room to be installed in the Hegoalde Civic Center.
With the intention of covering the social, cultural, educational demand plus mainly the demand for physical exercise of the citizens, Top 30 installed a great climbing wall and a climbing room.
www.top30.es /english/scripts/detalles.asp?id=418   (114 words)

  
 Hegoalde is the southern region of the Basque Country Basque...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Hegoalde is the southern region of the Basque Country Basque...
"Hegoalde" is the southern region of the Basque Country Basque Country.
A copy of the license is included in the section entitled
www.biodatabase.de /Hegoalde   (96 words)

  
 KZgunea Boletina - - KZgunea Newsletter - -
In the heart of the Goierri region of Gipuzkoa, 200 Mutiloa residents are distributed among a handful of farmhouses situated around the local church.
In addition, two centres located in the capital cities managed to exceed the 100% mark in terms of students anticipated: Alderdi Eder in Donostia-San Sebastián, and Basurto in Bilbao; the Hegoalde and Aldabe centres in Vitoria-Gasteiz are just about to meet their goals.
Classes are free of charge and registration is done at the KZgunea centres (general information: 902 252595).
www.kzgunea.net /images/Boletin/boletin_07_en.htm   (2653 words)

  
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lie within the borders of the Spanish State, forming the Southern or Peninsular Basque Country (Hegoalde).
It is an administrative territorial body without any kind of socio-economic or political autonomy.
Since the fall of General Franco's dictatorship (1936-1975), the four provinces of Hegoalde have been divided into two different political structures with their own governments and parliaments.
www.euskaldiaspora.com /faq.html   (926 words)

  
 Basque in France
Basque country or Hegoalde, and three in France
Analogous initiatives were also taking place in the Hegoalde.
Hegoalde is limited as the curricula are too different to import
www1.fa.knaw.nl /mercator/regionale_dossiers/basque_fr.htm   (4508 words)

  
 KZgunea Boletina - Boletin KZgunea
Lurralde historikoen arabera, eta bertan adierazitako ordena errespetatuz, honako KZgune hauek erabiltzen dituzte gehien: Araban, Europa, Iparralde eta Hegoalde (Vitoria-Gasteiz), Laudio/Llodio eta Amurrio; Bizkaian, Gernika-Lumo, Abando (Bilbao), Basauri, Durango eta Deustua (Bilbao); eta Gipuzkoan, Ernest Lluch, Okendo eta Alderdi Eder (Donostia), Zumarraga eta Irun.
Navigation controls made in the classrooms themselves show that an average of 3,300 citizens uses the 271 centres in the KZgunea network on working days (Monday-Friday).
By province, the KZgunea centres most used in Alava are, in order: Europa, Iparralde and Hegoalde (Vitoria-Gasteiz), Laudio/Llodio and Amurrio.
www.kzgunea.net /images/Boletin/boletin17_en.htm   (3630 words)

  
 Frequently asked questions about the Basques — EuskoSare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The northern part of the Pyrenees (commonly known as) is composed of Lapurdi, Nafarroa Beherea and Zuberoa, territories which in the French administrative organisation are part of the Department of the Atlantic Pyrenees.
The southern area (known as Hegoalde) is composed of Nafarroa, Araba, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa, where Nafarroa forms the Regional Community of Nafarroa and the last three make up the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country.
Euskal Herria or Vasconia covers a surface area of 20,664 kmĀ², and has a total population of around 3 million inhabitants.
www.euskosare.org /euskal_herria/faq?set_language=en&cl=en   (3523 words)

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