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The municipality's name has Arab origins and means the obligation of servants to work the Master's land in exchange for a small amount of money. In the 11th century, the area was called Azofra in the documents belonging to royal properties. As a reward for the help given in the war against his brother, Pedro I gave the town to Ortiz de Zúñiga, native of Navarre and Master of Cidamón and Montalvo. From then onwards and up until the 19th century it belonged to this family, the Counts of Hervías and Montalvo. Azofra is on the Way of St. James.-Surrounding area: The Santa María la Real Monastery in Nájera.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera.
-Area: 11.76 km2.
-Height: 559 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is currently farming and the main crops are potatoes, beet, grapes and fruit and vegetables. Land is also farmed in Nájera.
18th century Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles Church. It is a construction in dressed stone and rough ashlar with a single three section nave, octagonal chancel, and a three-story ashlar stone tower. The tower, the chancel and the transept are from two centuries before. The typical sun-dried brick houses are worth mentioning.
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