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For instance, in past editions of the Galician was termed a Portuguese dialect spoken in northwestern Spain.However, the Galician government does not regard Galician as a variety of Portuguese, but rather as a distinct language.) and branched out since the 14th century after the Portuguese expansion brought it southwards.There are linguists who consider Modern Galician and Modern Portuguese as dialects or varieties of the same language, but this is a matter of debate.
Hall, Jr., 1989) is good between Galicians and Northern Portuguese, but poorer between Galicians and speakers of Central-Southern European Portuguese.
Undated map produced by Tobias Conrad Lotter and Sons of Augsburg, Bavaria between 1772~1810, probably during Lotter's lifetime (by 1775). This is an early but complete survey of Galicia; in addition to the overview map, 10 higher-scale maps cover one, two or three kreise in greater detail: Historic map of the Third Partition of Poland by the British publisher William Faden, published in 1799.
Single image, sourced by Pamela Weisberger, from the New York Public Library. The very detailed map shows the 'dismemberment' of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (bordered in pink) into Russian (beige), Prussian (yellow), and Austrian (green) partitions; Austrian Galicia is included in the green partition.
Other entities in Iberia are the Principality of Andorra in the Pyrenees and Gibraltar, which is under British sovereignty and is located on the south coast. The Atlantic Ocean washes Spain's north coast, the far northwest corner adjacent to Portugal, and the far southwestern zone between the Portuguese border and the Strait of Gibraltar.
Spain is separated from North Africa on the south by the Strait of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean Sea, which also washes Spain's entire east coast.