Sants, Sants-Montjuïc, Barcelona, BCN, Catalonia, 08014, Spain
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UE Sants (Q2297920)

Unió Esportiva Sants is a football team based in Barcelona. Founded in 1922, it plays in Primera Catalana. Its stadium is La Magòria, with a capacity of 3,000.

Bordeta (Q11920781)

Bordeta was a former station on Barcelona Metro line L1, in the Sants-Montjuïc district of the Spanish city of Barcelona. The station site is between the current stations of Mercat Nou and Santa Eulàlia.

Plaça dels Països Catalans (Q3753629)

Plaça dels Països Catalans is a square in Barcelona (the capital of Catalonia, Spain) on one side of the city's central railway station, Estació de Sants, in the district of Sants-Montjuïc. It borders carrer de Tarragona, carrer de Numància and Avinguda Roma. It was so named in 1989 after the Catalan Countries.

Carrer de Sants (Q4886808)

Carrer de Sants is a high street in the eponymous neighbourhood of Sants, in Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain). After being designated officially a commercial road in 1999 by shopkeepers' associations of its district, it is often claimed to be Europe's longest commercial road, spanning also Carrer de la Creu Coberta (which is essentially the same street). The Sants-Montjuïc district council has its seat there.

Meteorological Service of Catalonia (Q11949463)

The Meteorological Service of Catalonia (SMC, Servei Meteorològic de Catalunya in Catalan, also known as Meteocat) is a public company ascribed to the Department of Territory and Sustainability of the Government of Catalonia (Spain). It is the organisation responsible for the observation system and meteorological forecast in Catalonia. It is an associate member of the European Meteorological Society (EMS).