Your question: Where is the geographical center of Spain?

Where is the center of the Iberian Peninsula?

The Cerro de los Ángeles (“Hill of the Angels”), a site traditionally considered to be the geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula, also lies within the municipal limits. Getafe is located 13 km south of Madrid’s city centre, within a flat area of Spain’s Meseta Central in the Manzanares River basin.

What point in Spain is the exact center of the country?

A stone slab in Madrid marks the point from which the distances of Spain’s national roads are measured. This small stone slab in Madrid’s city square marks the geographical center of Spain.

Are Spain and Portugal peninsulas too?

Spain and Portugal occupy the Iberian Peninsula, which is separated at its southern tip from North Africa by only a narrow strait situated at the juncture of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. Portugal became the earliest European state. …

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