Ceuta & Melilla 
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The flag of Ceuta is a gyronny of 8 black and white with the arms of Portugal in an escutcheon. The flag of Ceuta is similar to many town flags in Portugal, reminding the fact that Ceuta was formerly a Portuguese possession.

The flag of Melilla is blue with the arms of the town in the middle.
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 Ceuta & Melilla 
Ceuta 75,270
Melilla 65,490
Islas Chafarinas, Islas Alhucemas (on Peñón de Alhucemas) and Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera have military garrisons; Isla Perejil is uninhabited.
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Ceuta 35° 53' N, 5° 18' W
Melilla 35° 19' N, 2° 57' W
Islas Chafarinas 35° 11' N, 2° 26' W
Isla Perejil 35° 54' 46" N, 5° 25' 07" W
Islas Alhucemas 35° 12' 47'' N, 3° 53' 20'' W
Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera 35° 10' 19'' N, 4° 17' 57'' W
 Area total: 
Ceuta 20 sq. km
Melilla 13 sq. km
Islas Chafarinas 0.525 sq. km
Islas de Alhucemas 4.6 hectares
Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera 13.5 hectares
 Total land
Ceuta 6.3 km
Melilla 9.6 km
Peñón de Velez de la Gomera 60 m
 with neighbor
Morocco 16 km
Note: In fact Ceuta and Melilla do not border on Morocco - they are separated with neutral zones. The border Morocco - Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera (counting just only 60 m) is so unique real border with Morocco. This is shortest border between states on the world!
Mediterranean Sea 0 m - Monte Hacho 204 m (Ceuta)
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 Name - local
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Ciudad Autonoma de Ceuta
Ciudad Autonoma de Melilla
Las Plazas Menores de Soberania (Islas Chafarinas, Islas Alhucemas, Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera)
 Name - notes: 
Isla Perejil has not defined status.
none (part of Spain)
Ceuta and Melilla have local government.
Ceuta and Melilla are Autonomous Cities.
Islas Chafarinas, Islas Alhucemas and Peñón (rock) de Vélez de la Gomera are an integral parts of Spain, though do not enter into the composition of none of her administrative units - they are directly dependent to the Department of Defence and are supervised by chief military commander in Melilla (Comandante General de Melilla). Additionaly Islas Chafarinas are National Refugee.
Isla Perejil has undefined status as agreement with Spain and Morocco; Spain possesses control de facto.
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