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Cabo de Peñas, Gozón
, Coat of arms
Location in Spain
Coordinates: 43°36′36″N 5°47′24″W / 43.61000°N 5.79000°W / 43.61000; -5.79000
Salvador Marcelino Fernández (PP)
81.72 km (31.55 sq mi)
133 m (436 ft)
130/km (340/sq mi)
• Summer (DST)
33418, 33440, 33448, 33449, 33490
Gozón is a municipality in the Autonomous Community of the Principality of Asturias, Spain. The Cantabrian Sea lies on its northern edge, and it is bordered to the south by Corvera de Asturias, to the west by Avilés, and to the east by Carreño.
The municipality is a fishing port.
It is the location of the Cabo de Peñas (Cape of Boulders).
2 Main sights,
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In decree 72/2005 of July 7, 2005, published in the Boletin Oficial del Principado de Asturias (BOPA; official bulletin of the Principality of Asturias) granted the Bable forms of the municipal place names official status for all uses, with the exception of the capital Lluanco/Luanco, which maintains a bilingual name. Therefore, with this exception, the Asturian names are the only ones which can appear on road signs and official maps.
Church of Santa María built in the 18th century,
Palace Menéndez de la Pola,
The Clock Tower, dating from 1705,
Mansion Valdés Pola,
Palace of Manzaneda, from 1700,
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