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Iberian Peninsula, Spain (39.89520 -4.49836)
The submarine topography of the coastal waters of the Iberian Peninsula has been studied extensively in the process of drilling for oil. Ultimately, the shelf drops into the Bay of Biscay on the north (an abyss), the Iberian abyssal plain at 4,800 m (15,700 ft) on the west, and Tagus abyssal plain to the south. In the north, between the continental shelf and the abyss, is an extension called the Galicia Bank, a plateau that also contains the Porto, Vigo, and Vasco da Gama seamounts, which form the Galicia interior basin. The southern border of these features is marked by Nazaré Canyon, which splits the continental shelf and leads directly into the abyss.
Urbanización Doña Pepa, Rojales, el Baix Segura / La Vega Baja del Segura, Alacant / Alicante, Valencian Community, 03170, Spain (38.05187 -0.71237)
Coordinates: 38.03187 -0.73237 38.07187 -0.69237 - Minimum elevation: -3 m - Maximum elevation: 123 m - Average elevation: 24 m
Santa Maria de Palautordera, Vallès Oriental, Province of Barcelona, Catalonia, 08460, Spain (41.69378 2.44423)
Coordinates: 41.65413 2.41606 41.71174 2.48796 - Minimum elevation: 137 m - Maximum elevation: 376 m - Average elevation: 230 m
Mañuas, Bilbao - Bermeo errepidea, Mañu Arranotegi, Mikel Deuna, Bermeo, Biscay, Autonomous Community of the Basque Country, 48370, Spain (43.40043 -2.75839)
Coordinates: 43.40038 -2.75844 43.40048 -2.75834 - Minimum elevation: 0 m - Maximum elevation: 691 m - Average elevation: 238 m