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    WFS of the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council in accordance with the INSPIRE data specifications. It enables accessing, consulting and downloading the administrative units datasets generated by the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council. This information does not have an official map category, therefore it should not be used for any type of certificate.

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    WMS of the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council in accordance with the INSPIRE data specifications. It enables accessing, consulting and downloading datasets generated by the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council, including administrative units, addresses, buildings, cadastral parcels and geographic names. The datasets are served according to the original data model of each project. This information does not have an official map category, therefore it should not be used for any type of certificate.

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    Areas defined by cadastral registers or equivalent of Spain. According to Regulation (UE) Nº 1089/2010, a cadastral parcel should be considered as a single area of Earth surface (land and/or water), national law under homogeneous property rights and unique ownership, property rights and ownership being defined by national law Remark: By unique ownership is meant that the ownership is held by one or several joint owners for the whole parcel. This definition is fully adaptable to the Cadastral Parcel defined in the consolidated text of the Law of Real Estate Cadastre, approved by Royal Legislative Decree 1/2004, of 5 March, which notes: "For the exclusive cadastral purposes, it has the consideration of Real Estate, the parcel or portion of the soil of the same nature, nestled in a municipal term and closed by a polygonal line that delimits, to such effects, the spatial scope of the property right of an owner or of several pro indiviso and, in its case, the constructions located in this area, whatever its owner, and with independence of other rights that fall on the real estate”. The main object within the dataset of Cadastral Parcels is CadastralParcel containing the geometry, topology of enclosure, which delimits a cadastral parcel. Another of the objects that constitutes the data set according to the specifications of INSPIRE is CadastralZoning, which in the data model of DGC cadastre represents urban blocs and rural polygons. The Cadastral Parcel INSPIRE dataset contains the official data of the DGC transformed directly to the data model defined by the INSPIRE directive, the dataset is complete including urban and rural areas for 95% of the territory under the responsibility of the DGC, (except the Basque country and Navarre). More information: http://www.catastro.meh.es/webinspire/documentos/Conjuntos%20de%20datos_en.pdf. According to the specifications of INSPIRE for the theme of cadastral parcels INSPIRE Data Specification on Cadastral Parcels – Technical Guidelines. (https://inspire.ec.europa.eu/Themes/122/2892)

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    Location of properties of Spain based on address identifiers, for example, the name of the thoroughfare or the real estate number. The data model of the Directorate General for Cadastre (DGC) provides the addresses as information associated with the real estate. The real estate are complex elements (for example an apartment + common areas + parking) and does not have a defined own geometry; therefore are not georeferenced. A real estate relates to a Cadastral Parcel in which is included, that it has geometry and it is georeferenced, so we can georreference addresses that we get from the attributes of the real estate to the centroid of the cadastral parcel that contains it. Each Cadastral Parcel may contain as attribute, one or more addresses. In addition each of the addresses can have subaddresses, for example for each one of the apartments and premises of the building, but these are not associated geographically to each element of the construction. The Addresses INSPIRE dataset contains the official data of the DGC transformed directly to the data model defined by the INSPIRE directive, the dataset is complete including urban and rural areas for 95% of the territory under the responsibility of the DGC, (except the Basque country and Navarre). According to the specifications of INSPIRE for the theme of addresses INSPIRE Data Specification on Addresses – Technical Guidelines 3.1. (https://inspire.ec.europa.eu/Themes/79/2892)

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    INSPIRE download service from Spanish General Directorate for Cadastre to download predefined data sets for Address information in accordance with the INSPIRE data specifications for AD. The INSPIRE AD data are storage in atom files by municipality each 6 month aprox.

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    INSPIRE Web Map Service of the Spanish Directorate General of Cadastre in accordance with the INSPIRE data specifications for Cadastral Parcels, Addresses and Buildings.

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    WFS of the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council in accordance with the INSPIRE data specifications. It enables accessing, consulting and downloading the cadastral parcels datasets generated by the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council. This information does not have an official map category, therefore it should not be used for any type of certificate.

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    Gipuzkoa Provincial Council's buildings viewing and download services according to INSPIRE (D2.8.III.2_v3.0) and CODIIGE GTT-ED specifications.

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    WFS of the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council in accordance with the INSPIRE data specifications. It enables accessing, consulting and downloading the geographic names datasets generated by the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council. This information does not have an official map category, therefore it should not be used for any type of certificate.

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    Gipuzkoa Provincial Council's urban and rural cadastral parcels viewing and download services according to INSPIRE specifications. Urban and rural cartography; territorial representation of cadastre.