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Province of Huelva

Huelva is a Spanish province located in the west of the autonomous community of Andalusia and its capital is the city of Huelva. With a population of 519,229 inhabitants as of January 1,2014, it ranks 31st among the most populated provinces, bounded on the north by Badajoz, on the east by the province of Seville, on the southeast by the province of Cádiz, on the south with the Atlantic Ocean and west with Portugal. It was constituted as a province in the administrative division of 1833, conforming with municipalities until then belonging to the Kingdom of Seville and two to the former Province of Extremadura Administratively it is divided into 81 municipalities, grouped into 6 judicial parties.

Its economy, as in the rest of Spain, is dominated by the tertiary sector, which includes tourism. The secondary sector has a greater relative weight than in the rest of Andalusia due to the important chemical pole and the La Rábida refinery, an important source of provincial employment. Among the activities of the primary sector include fishing, one of its traditional and main livelihoods with one of the most important fishing fleets in Spain, and the new forced agriculture under plastic, mainly strawberries with designation of origin. Also, within the primary sector, it has a great tradition and economic importance pig breeding Iberian mountain breed, highlighting D. O. P. Jamón de Jabugo for its high quality and acceptance in the market.

It has extensive protected areas, highlighting the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park and the Doñana National Park, considered the largest ecological reserve in Europe. From the Upper Paleolithic there is evidence of human settlements, having inhabited this territory numerous peoples and cultures, such as the Phoenicians, Tartessians, Turdetans, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians. Several of these towns coexisted with each other in some periods and contributed the richness of their cultures, which has shaped the idiosyncrasy of this province. In the thirteenth century, the territory of the current province of Huelva was incorporated into the Crown of Castile, organized into royalties and manors, among which stands out the County of Niebla, possession of the House of Medina Sidonia, along with other fiefs organized in around Huelva, Palos de la Frontera, Moguer, Ayamonte and Gibraleon.

Since then the province has had a remarkable historical relevance thanks to its special maritime enclave, its proximity to the border with Portugal, its mining basin and the wealth of resources of the mountains. Although the fact that stands out among all is the Discovery of America, which was created in these lands where Christopher Columbus arrived in 1485 and where he organized his first voyage discoverer. Men like the Pinzón brothers, the Niño or the Franciscans of La Rábida were fundamental in the success of the company.