Melilla

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Autonomous communities in Spain: Andalusia‎ (AN) · Aragon‎ (AR) · Principality of Asturias‎ (AS) · Balearic Islands‎ (IB) · Basque Community (PV) · Canary Islands‎ (CN) · Cantabria‎ (CB) · Castile and León‎ (CL) · Castile-La Mancha‎ (CM) · Catalonia‎ (CT) · Extremadura‎ (EX) · Galicia (GA) · Community of Madrid‎ (MD) · Region of Murcia‎ (MC) · Chartered Community of Navarre (NC) · La Rioja (RI) · Valencian Community‎ (VC) · Autonomous cities: Ceuta‎ (CE) · Melilla‎ (ML)
Melilla, Spain, Africa
latitude: 35.2929, longitude: -2.9467
Browse map of Melilla 35°17′34.44″ N, 2°56′48.12″ W
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Melilla is an autonomous city in Spain, Africa at latitude 35°17′34.44″ North, longitude 2°56′48.12″ West.

OpenStreetMap images (and underlying map data) are freely available under OpenStreetMap License.

Melilla also includes three dependencies to the west. These are small islands to the south-east of Al Hoceima (Morocco), completely surrounded within Moroccan territorial waters :

  • Peñon de Alhucemas (a military area),
  • Isla de Terra, and Isla de Mar (uninhabited).

Morocco claims the whole territory of Melilla.