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Province of Albacete

Albacete is a Spanish province located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha, with capital in the city of Albacete. With an area of ​​14,926 km², it borders Valencia and Alicante to the east, Murcia and Granada to the south, Ciudad Real and Jaén to the west and Cuenca to the north. It has a population of 388 786 inhabitants, concentrating more than half of it in the metropolitan area of ​​Albacete. The province is distributed in 87 municipalities and 7 judicial parties, with several protected areas, among which the Natural Park of Las Lagunas de Ruidera, or the Natural Park of the Calares del Río Mundo and La Sima.

The territory occupied by the province of Albacete has been inhabited since ancient times, as witness the cave paintings of the Cueva del Niño or Cueva de la Vieja. In pre-Roman times, the territories of the current province of Albacete were part of the Carpetania and Celtiberia, of Celtiberian ascription, and of the Iberian Contestania, Bastetania and Oretania. Many of the most renowned and representative sites of some of these cultures have been discovered in these lands Albacete. In Roman times cities such as Libisosa stood out, and during the Visigoths there will also be important enclaves such as the Tolmo de Minateda.

The Muslim era will split the territories of the province into different areas of influence, crossing the entire area of ​​many farmsteads, castles and watchtowers, which with the process of the Reconquista will form important places, such as the extensive Alfoz de Alcaraz under the protection of their own Fueros or later already in the fifteenth century, the council of Villarrobledo, which occupy large areas that will exceed the limits of the current province of Albacete, unleashing important battles for hegemony in these territories. On April 25,1707, and within the international conflict of the War of Spanish Succession will take place the battle of Almansa in the vicinity of this town Albacete, one of the most important in the history of Spain that will culminate with the triumph of Felipe V as an aspirant to the crown, establishing in the State the Bourbon monarchy. In 1822 the ephemeral province of Chinchilla was created, comprising municipalities in the provinces of La Mancha, Cuenca and the Kingdom of Murcia.

The entity, with capital in Chinchilla de Montearagón, will be the base on which would be created in 1833 the current province of Albacete according to the dictates of Javier de Burgos, experiencing some territorial change as the departure of Villena in 1836, the entry of Villarrobledo in 1846 and the exit of Requena in 1851. After the approval of the Constitution in 1978, the province of Albacete was integrated into the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha by virtue of its Statute of Autonomy approved in 1982.