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Préjano is a town in the Lower Rioja district of the autonomous region of La Rioja, Spain. It is on the left bank of the River Ruesca, a tributary of the River Cidacos. It used to be a mining town, but today its inhabitants earn a living through farming and working in the industries located in the district's nearby capital city: Arnedo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It is at the foot of Mount Isasa.
-Area: 42.11 km2.
-Height: 708 metres.
-Economy: Once the town's textile industry, which was based on significant sheep farming, disappeared and coal mining activity decreased enormously, the population started to move away and has continued to do so. The municipality's current economy centres on farming, mainly fruit, vegetables, potatoes, grapes and olives. There is also some animal farming, including sheep.
There are two churches: one of them is San Miguel Church, and the other San Jorge Parish with an interesting image of Cristo de la Canal, an odd entrance, a valuable main altar with organ and a magnificent image of San Jorge on a horse. Transept. Manor houses with shield.
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