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Long Description:

Galilea is a Spanish municipality in the autonomous community of La Rioja. Part of the judicial district of Calahorra and is located on the lower named Valle de Ocon. It has a registered population of 381 inhabitants (INE 2012). Its surface area is 9.74 km ² and has a population density of 39.2 hab. / Km ². It lies at an altitude of 558 meters.
Their festivities are in honor of San Vicente and traditionally also celebrated San Isidro Labrador. The most important festivals are those of the Virgin of the Assumption and San Roque taking place on 15 and 16 August.
The village of this town is located on a prominent hill from where one can see panoramic northwestern Sierra de Cantabria, the distant mountains to the northeast and south western Pyrenees majestic beech and pine forests that crown the beautiful Sierra Hez.

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The Parish Church of San Vicente was started in the 16th century and it includes elements from the 17th and 18th centuries. It is built in ashlar, masonry and brick, and it has a nave, transept, octagonal chancel and a tower at the base. In the Pinar Chapel, Diego de Tejada y Laguardia is buried. His palatial house is preserved from the 17th century. He was bishop of Ciudad Rodrigo and Pamplona, and archbishop of Burgos.


Number of inhabitants: 287
Local festivals: San Vicente, patron saint of the village, on 22 January. San Roque and La Virgen (on 15 and 16 August).
District: La Rioja Suroriental
Distance to the capital (Km): 24
AEMET identifier: 26066

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