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Aretxabaleta

Aretxabaleta
Municipality
Aretxabaleta is located in Spain
Aretxabaleta
Location in Spain
Coordinates:
Country  Spain
Autonomous community  Basque Country
Province Gipuzkoa
Comarca Debagoiena
Area
 • Total 29.13 km2 (11.25 sq mi)
Elevation 260 m (850 ft)
Population (2014)
 • Total 6,995
 • Density 240/km2 (620/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 20550
Dialing code 34 (Spain) + 943 (Gipuzkoa)
Website Official website

Aretxabaleta is a town in the province of Gipuzkoa, in the Autonomous Community of Basque Country, northern Spain.

It is located on the Bergara road, almost adjacent to its larger northern neighbor, the city of Arrasate, and the smaller Eskoriatza to the south.

The place name

Aozaratza quarter

In the past, the Basque name "Aretxabaleta" was commonly used, both in Spanish and in English[1] with the Spanish spelling, Arechavaleta. The local government (ayuntamiento) decided to officially change the spelling to the Basque "Aretxabaleta" on June 4, 1979. Their decision was authorized by Spanish central government on March 3, 1981.[2]

External links

  • Official Website Information available in Spanish and Basque.
  • ARETXABALETA in the Bernardo Estornés Lasa - Auñamendi Encyclopedia (Euskomedia Fundazioa) Information available in Spanish

References

  1. ^ See e.g. a number of Spain travel guides in English published in the 19th century. Some of them can be found on Google Books by entering the Spanish names of this town and its neighbor, Arechavaleta Mondragon, in the search box (thus avoiding the hits in non-geographic context)
  2. ^ Euskal Herriko / Boletin Oficial del Pais Vasco. May 11, 1981. Pp. 796-797.


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