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The Basque Country notes that Euskadi is a Spanish community, located in the north of Spain bordering the north with the Bay of Biscay and France, to the south with La Rioja, to the west with Cantabria and Burgos and to the east with Navarra.
The Basque Country is recognized as a historical nationality by its Statute of Autonomy.
It is made up of the provinces of Álava, Guipúzcoa and Vizcaya.
In the past, the provinces that make up the current Basque Country were also known as Basque Provinces, Provincial Provinces, Exempt Provinces, Basque Provinces, or simply, Vascongadas.
Currently, the Basque Autonomous Community denomination in Basque: Euskal Autonomia Erkidegoa is frequently used, especially in the autonomous community of Navarre itself, since the Basque Country and Basque Country denominations have also been used historically, since its creation
with the spelling Euzkadi in the nineteenth century the first, and before 1897 the second.