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Ojacastro

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Long Description:

Ojacastro is a municipality in La Rioja. There are five populated areas: the town of Ojacastro and the villages of Tondeluna, Arviza, Uyarra and San Asensio de los Cantos (known as Santasensio by locals). The uninhabited villages of Amunartia, Zabárrula (there are no houses, but there is an annual procession called the La Magdalena procession) and Ulizarna (recently abandoned. although there are still some stables) are also part of the municipality.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. It is on the northern border of the Demanda Mountains.
-Area: 44.3 km2.
-Height: 729 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Amunartia, San Asensio, Arbiza, Los Cantos, Tondeluna, Ulizarna and Uyarra.
-Economy: This area's main activity is cattle farming, although potatoes, leguminous plants and fruit and vegetables are also produced.

Tourism resources:

The village has three districts from the road to the hills, with beautiful buildings of rural architecture and some mansions. Magnificent parish of San Julián and Santa Basilisa, 16th century. Ethnographic museum. Ojacastro is in the heart of the Oja Valley and provides the possibility of going on different hikes and walks.

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Number of inhabitants: 222
Local festivals: On 9 July, San Zenón Agrícola and Vidal Relics Festival. On 7 and 8 September, Thanksgiving Festival.
District: Sierra
Distance to the capital (Km): 60
Distances to other places (Km): Logroño: 57, Pamplona: 73.7, Soria: 75.6, Vitoria: 142, Burgos: 148
AEMET identifier: 26110

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