Anthems of The Autonomous Communities of Spain

Several of the 17 autonomous communities of the Kingdom of Spain, plus the 2 autonomous cities, have their own anthems, ranging from quasi-national anthems of the historical nationalities to regional anthems and songs, with some virtually unknown even in their own communities. Below is a list of those songs.

Autonomous community Anthem First verse
Andalusia La bandera blanca y verde La bandera blanca y verde...
Aragon Himno de Aragón Nos ha llevado el tiempo...
Asturias Asturias, patria querida Asturies, Patria querida...
Balearic Islands none
Basque Country Eusko Abendaren Ereserkia no official lyrics
Canary Islands Himno de Canarias Soy la sombra de un almendro...
Cantabria Himno a la Montaña Cantabria querida...
Castile–La Mancha none
Castile and León Canto de Esperanza 1521, en Abril para más señas...
Catalonia Els Segadors Catalunya, triomfant...
Extremadura Himno de Extremadura Nuestras voces se alzan...
Galicia Os Pinos ¿Que din os rumorosos...
La Rioja La Rioja no lyrics
Community of Madrid Himno de la Comunidad de Madrid Yo estaba en el medio...
Region of Murcia none
Navarre Himno de Navarra Por Navarra, tierra brava y noble / Nafarroa, lur haundi ta azkar
Valencian Community Himne de València Per a ofrenar noves glòries a Espanya...
Ceuta Himno de Ceuta Salud, noble ciudad...
Melilla Himno de Melilla Entonemos un himno delante...

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