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Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This however is not sufficiently proven, and some historians and experts believe that Victoriacum was located not on the site of present-day Vitoria-Gasteiz but nearby.
However, modern archeological studies of the site suggest that Veleia was last inhabited c. The town of Armentia , nowadays in the outskirts of Vitoria, has also been proposed as a possible location of Victoriacum.
In , Sancho the Wise, King of Navarre founded the town of Nova Victoria as a defensive outpost on top of a hill at the site of the previous settlement of Gasteiz.
The existence of Gastehiz , apparently inhabited by vasconic people,  can be traced back to the lower Middle Ages; it is certain that by the 11th century, prior to the foundation of Nova Victoria , the settlement was already walled.
It is assumed that Sancho the Wise gave the new city its name in memory of the old settlement of Victoriacum, which must had long since been abandoned.
The town was progressively enlarged and in it was granted a city charter by King Juan II of Castile. The victory assured the eventual end of French control in Spain.
There is a monument commemorating this battle in the main square of the city known as the Monument to Independence. Work began on the Institute for Middle Education in , with classes beginning during the —54 academic year.
It is now current headquarters of the Basque Parliament and formerly the convent of Santa Clara. The Free University opened in the wake of the revolution of The University operated from , to just prior to the — term, largely because of the second Carlist War.
This latter, great Hellenist — , was also among the first teachers of Basque in Vitoria-Gasteiz as an off- syllabus subject. During the Spanish transition to democracy , the Church of St.
Francis of Assisi was the scene of a police shooting on March 3, during a peaceful labour assembly. Under the orders of Interior Minister Manuel Fraga , the police shot tear-gas into the church where 5, demonstrators and others had reunited, firing on them as they struggled their way out of the religious temple.
It resulted in five dead and over one hundred wounded by gunshot. Winters are much cooler than in lowland coastal areas, whilst summers are similar in terms of high temperatures, with cool nights due to the elevation.
Summers show a significant influence of mediterranean precipitation patterns, but enough precipitation usually occurs to remain marine in nature. Sunshine levels are low by Spanish standards and the climate is humid year-round.
The economy of Vitoria-Gasteiz is diverse, and many manufacturing companies have operations there, including Mercedes-Benz , Michelin , Gamesa , and Heraclio Fournier , the latter being headquartered there.
The city has been ranked second in standard of living among all cities in Spain, [ citation needed ] and first as to green areas and cultural places per capita.
The liberal arts section of the University of the Basque Country is based in the south part of the city. A number of other colleges and faculties were adopted in by the emerging University of the Basque Country.
In the urban area of Vitoria-Gasteiz there is modern and accessible-for-all public transport , in the form of trams and city buses.
There are two motorways in their municipality and a future motorway service: Vitoria-Gasteiz is one of the main stops on the Madrid-Irun railway line.
Half a dozen trains each day link the city with Madrid , using Alvia trains on the AVE infrastructure to reach Madrid in 3 hours 43 minutes.
There are also connections to Paris , Barcelona , Lisbon and Bordeaux. There is a complete lack of rail services to Andalusia and no direct rail link with Bilbao.
A municipal tram service is operated by Euskotren Tranbia. However, work on this project has been slow and there is no date for its inaugural run.
The Vitoria Airport is 4th in Spain in cargo traffic. Almost all passenger flights use Bilbao Airport 50 minutes away by car , which is the 2nd most important base for Vueling , with the second highest number of destinations offered and 4 million passengers traffic.
From an urban point of view, Vitoria-Gasteiz is a mid-sized city, the line of which is adapted to the traditions of each historical moment. The walled enclosure was built prior to the war between Castile and Navarre in the 11th century to defend the village.
The defensive walls of old Gasteiz were built between the years and Because of that first defensive role, its narrow streets surrounding the oval resulted in compact rows of houses parallel both to each other and the medieval walls of which only some sections and gates are preserved.
In the 19th century, in recognition that the city was small, an expansion was planned in the neoclassical style, and little by little planning for the city has given Vitoria-Gasteiz its current form.