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Igea

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Igea is a municipality in La Rioja. It is a mountainous municipality and part of the Lower Rioja region in the district of Cervera.
-Location: It is part of the district of Cervera del Río Alhama. The municipal area is in the Linares Valley, separated from the Grávalos depression by the Peñalosa Mountains.
-Area: 56.1 km2.
-Height: 546 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming: grain, grapes, olives, almonds, potatoes and fruit and vegetables. Igea is also known for its honey.
Igea is a municipality in La Rioja. It is a mountainous municipality and part of the Lower Rioja region in the district of Cervera.
-Location: It is part of the district of Cervera del Río Alhama. The municipal area is in the Linares Valley, separated from the Grávalos depression by the Peñalosa Mountains.
-Area: 56.1 km2.
-Height: 546 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming: grain, grapes, olives, almonds, potatoes and fruit and vegetables. Igea is also known for its honey.

Inestrillas

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Islallana

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Islallana is a village in the autonomous region of La Rioja and part of the municipality of Nalda. The River Iregua runs next to the village, which is surrounded by crags, and it is in the foothills of the Ibérico Mountains. The River Iregua feeds the River Antiguo in this village, an irrigation canal that supplies the municipalities of Nalda, Albelda de Iregua, Entrena, Navarrete and Fuenmayor.
-Location:It is part of the district of Logroño and is a neighbourhood belonging to Nalda.
-Height: 610 metres.
Islallana is a village in the autonomous region of La Rioja and part of the municipality of Nalda. The River Iregua runs next to the village, which is surrounded by crags, and it is in the foothills of the Ibérico Mountains. The River Iregua feeds the River Antiguo in this village, an irrigation canal that supplies the municipalities of Nalda, Albelda de Iregua, Entrena, Navarrete and Fuenmayor.
-Location:It is part of the district of Logroño and is a neighbourhood belonging to Nalda.
-Height: 610 metres.

Jalón de Cameros

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Jalón de Cameros is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the basin formed by the River Leza and in the district of Camero Viejo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros.
-Location: 8.4 km2.
-Height: 876 metres.
-Economy: The village has lost almost all its population. The few remaining inhabitants earn their living through forestry and livestock farming.
Jalón de Cameros is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the basin formed by the River Leza and in the district of Camero Viejo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros.
-Location: 8.4 km2.
-Height: 876 metres.
-Economy: The village has lost almost all its population. The few remaining inhabitants earn their living through forestry and livestock farming.

Jubera

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Jubera is part of the municipality of Santa Engracia de Jubera. The town is dominated by the castle. In 1207 it was one of the three strongholds loyal to Castile; the other two were the castles in Ausejo and Clavijo.
The landscape is rural with mid-sized mountains and is somewhat wild with the river running deep in the valley.
The 13th century walls and Romanesque porch remain in the San Nicolás Church. There is a large gothic crucifix and a 17th century Romanesque altarpiece.



-Location: The town is in the mountainous Juber Valley.
-Town: The town appears to be in full decline, just like the rest of the area. Rural tourism is now starting to bring some benefits to the town.
-Height: 648 metres., Jubera pertenece al municipio de Santa Engracia de Jubera. El pueblo lo preside su castillo roquedo, que en 1.207 fue uno de los tres fuertes que fueron fieles a Castilla, junto con el castillo de Ausejo y el de Clavijo.
El entorno paisajístico es el de una comarca rural de media montaña, agreste, con el río ahondando en el valle.
La iglesia de San Nicolás conserva los muros y la portada románica del siglo XIII. Importante crucifijo gótico y retablo romanista del siglo XVII.



-Situación: En el valle del río Jubera, zona de sierra.
-Población: Parece un pueblo en franca decadencia, como toda la comarca. Ahora se beneficia de cierto turismo rural.
-Altitud: 648 metros.
Jubera is part of the municipality of Santa Engracia de Jubera. The town is dominated by the castle. In 1207 it was one of the three strongholds loyal to Castile; the other two were the castles in Ausejo and Clavijo.
The landscape is rural with mid-sized mountains and is somewhat wild with the river running deep in the valley.
The 13th century walls and Romanesque porch remain in the San Nicolás Church. There is a large gothic crucifix and a 17th century Romanesque altarpiece.



-Location: The town is in the mountainous Juber Valley.
-Town: The town appears to be in full decline, just like the rest of the area. Rural tourism is now starting to bring some benefits to the town.
-Height: 648 metres., Jubera pertenece al municipio de Santa Engracia de Jubera. El pueblo lo preside su castillo roquedo, que en 1.207 fue uno de los tres fuertes que fueron fieles a Castilla, junto con el castillo de Ausejo y el de Clavijo.
El entorno paisajístico es el de una comarca rural de media montaña, agreste, con el río ahondando en el valle.
La iglesia de San Nicolás conserva los muros y la portada románica del siglo XIII. Importante crucifijo gótico y retablo romanista del siglo XVII.



-Situación: En el valle del río Jubera, zona de sierra.
-Población: Parece un pueblo en franca decadencia, como toda la comarca. Ahora se beneficia de cierto turismo rural.
-Altitud: 648 metros.

Laguna de Cameros

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Laguna de Cameros is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the basin formed by the River Leza in the district of Camero Viejo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is in the upper part of the Leza River, where the Leza
and Iregua Rivers meet.
-Area: 41.5 km2.
-Height: 1,042 metres.
-Economy: The municipality's main income derives from farming, particularly cattle. Forestry also plays an important role.
Laguna de Cameros is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the basin formed by the River Leza in the district of Camero Viejo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is in the upper part of the Leza River, where the Leza
and Iregua Rivers meet.
-Area: 41.5 km2.
-Height: 1,042 metres.
-Economy: The municipality's main income derives from farming, particularly cattle. Forestry also plays an important role.

Lagunilla del Río Jubera

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It acted as a defensive stronghold or city walls (11th century). In the 11th century, Lady Estefanía gave the town to her son, Prince Fernando. It is mentioned in Nájera's charter and belonged to the San Prudencio Monastery and the marquis of Revilla.

-Surrounding area: There are a number of chapels, including Santa Bárbara, Villavieja (17th century), San Cristóbal and Santa María (in ruins) and San Gregorio Ostiense, where there is a particularly interesting Romanesque image of the saint. The village of Ventas Blancas, which is 3 km from Lagunilla. The parish church and the ruined, Visigothic Santa María de Rute Chapel (1162) are of particular interest. The village of Zenzano, which is currently abandoned.

-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. The municipality lies between the Rivers Leza
and Jubera, between the Cameros region and the depression formed by the River Ebro.
-Area: 34.3 km2.
-Height: 646 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Ventas Blancas and Zenzano (uninhabited).
It acted as a defensive stronghold or city walls (11th century). In the 11th century, Lady Estefanía gave the town to her son, Prince Fernando. It is mentioned in Nájera's charter and belonged to the San Prudencio Monastery and the marquis of Revilla.

-Surrounding area: There are a number of chapels, including Santa Bárbara, Villavieja (17th century), San Cristóbal and Santa María (in ruins) and San Gregorio Ostiense, where there is a particularly interesting Romanesque image of the saint. The village of Ventas Blancas, which is 3 km from Lagunilla. The parish church and the ruined, Visigothic Santa María de Rute Chapel (1162) are of particular interest. The village of Zenzano, which is currently abandoned.

-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. The municipality lies between the Rivers Leza
and Jubera, between the Cameros region and the depression formed by the River Ebro.
-Area: 34.3 km2.
-Height: 646 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Ventas Blancas and Zenzano (uninhabited).

Lardero

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Lardero is a municipality in La Rioja. It borders Logroño, the region's capital. The town has grown enormously in the last few years and it has become a residential area close to Logroño. The population has exceeded 7,000 in the last few years. According to official figures from the Spanish national statistics institute, Lardero's population rose by 546 between 2005 and 2006, an increase of 8.7%. This makes Lardero one of La Rioja's fastest growing municipalities in terms of population. Historically, Lardero's main activity has been farming (grapes, peaches, pears, apples... ). The town's population increase over the last ten years has however been important and Lardero is now pretty much part of Logroño, as the municipal buses run through Lardero.
-Location:It is part of the district of Logroño.
-Area: 20.3 km2.
-Height: 435 metres.
-Economy: Lardero's population has increased over the century as a result of it's proximity to Logroño and it being part of a developed area. Until recently, the main activity was farming, but in the last few years there has been a lot of industrial growth resulting in many social and economic changes, such as a rise in the population and developing secondary and tertiary sectors. In the last few years it has become a commuter city.
Lardero is a municipality in La Rioja. It borders Logroño, the region's capital. The town has grown enormously in the last few years and it has become a residential area close to Logroño. The population has exceeded 7,000 in the last few years. According to official figures from the Spanish national statistics institute, Lardero's population rose by 546 between 2005 and 2006, an increase of 8.7%. This makes Lardero one of La Rioja's fastest growing municipalities in terms of population. Historically, Lardero's main activity has been farming (grapes, peaches, pears, apples... ). The town's population increase over the last ten years has however been important and Lardero is now pretty much part of Logroño, as the municipal buses run through Lardero.
-Location:It is part of the district of Logroño.
-Area: 20.3 km2.
-Height: 435 metres.
-Economy: Lardero's population has increased over the century as a result of it's proximity to Logroño and it being part of a developed area. Until recently, the main activity was farming, but in the last few years there has been a lot of industrial growth resulting in many social and economic changes, such as a rise in the population and developing secondary and tertiary sectors. In the last few years it has become a commuter city.

Ledesma de la Cogolla

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Ledesma de la Cogolla is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipality covers the area around the River Ledesma, at the foot of the Moncalvillo Mountains. It is a mountainous area with steep slopes.
-Area: 12.1 km2.
-Height:749 metres.
-Economy: The municipality's main activity is livestock farming, particularly sheep. Farming is a means of subsistence, but there is also a lot of forestry activity.
Ledesma de la Cogolla is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipality covers the area around the River Ledesma, at the foot of the Moncalvillo Mountains. It is a mountainous area with steep slopes.
-Area: 12.1 km2.
-Height:749 metres.
-Economy: The municipality's main activity is livestock farming, particularly sheep. Farming is a means of subsistence, but there is also a lot of forestry activity.

Leiva

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Leiva is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. It is in the mid-valley region of the River Tirón.
-Area: 12.6 km2.
-Height: 587 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming:
grain, potatoes and beet.
Leiva is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. It is in the mid-valley region of the River Tirón.
-Area: 12.6 km2.
-Height: 587 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming:
grain, potatoes and beet.

Leza del Río Leza

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It is mentioned in Fernán González's oath. It is referred to in the year 974 regarding an exchange with Albelda Monastery. It belonged to Prince Ramiro and then to the monastery in Nájera. There are some well-known chalk quarries.

-Surrounding area: The 13th century, Romanesque Virgen del Plano Chapel which is 2 km from Leza. It is a brick building with corner ashlars. The San Martín (torn down), San Roque (18th century Baroque) and El Cristo (18th century) Chapels. The town's bridge over the River Leza has two low arches supported by piers with triangular-shaped stone cutwaters. The bridge probably dates back to the 16th century.


-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño.
-Area: 11.2 km2.
-Height: 567 metres.
It is mentioned in Fernán González's oath. It is referred to in the year 974 regarding an exchange with Albelda Monastery. It belonged to Prince Ramiro and then to the monastery in Nájera. There are some well-known chalk quarries.

-Surrounding area: The 13th century, Romanesque Virgen del Plano Chapel which is 2 km from Leza. It is a brick building with corner ashlars. The San Martín (torn down), San Roque (18th century Baroque) and El Cristo (18th century) Chapels. The town's bridge over the River Leza has two low arches supported by piers with triangular-shaped stone cutwaters. The bridge probably dates back to the 16th century.


-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño.
-Area: 11.2 km2.
-Height: 567 metres.

Logroño

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Logroño is a municipality in the north of Spain and the capital city of the autonomous region and province of La Rioja. It is also the region's most populated town (almost half of region lives here) and its financial, cultural and service centre. The River Ebro crosses Logroño and the town has historically been a place where paths cross, such as The Way of St. James. The town's borders have also been disputed and were fought over by the ancient kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. The town's population has increased slowly, but significantly, during the last century in comparison to neighbouring towns. This has mainly been due to the migration of people from other districts in the region. In 2012 it was the Spanish food capital.
-Distances: These are the distances to other Spanish cities from Logroño: Madrid 334 km; Bilbao 124 km; Zaragoza 170 km; Pamplona 90 km; Burgos 111 km; Barcelona 468 km. Location: La Rioja's capital is on the banks of the River Ebro, covering a large plain.
-Height: 384 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: El Cortijo, Varea, La Estrella, Yagüe.
-Economy: Logroño is the autonomous region's main industrial centre and its importance with regards several nearby municipalities has grown thanks to its industrial estates (La Portalada, Cantabria, Cascajos, El Sequero, San Lázaro and El Cortijo). The city has good transport links and can be reached on the A
-68, the N
-120 and the N
-232. There is also a civil airport in Agoncillo. The city also has many hotels, restaurants and cultural attractions. Logroño's tertiary sector has grown enormously since the 1960's due to large numbers of immigrants.
Logroño is a municipality in the north of Spain and the capital city of the autonomous region and province of La Rioja. It is also the region's most populated town (almost half of region lives here) and its financial, cultural and service centre. The River Ebro crosses Logroño and the town has historically been a place where paths cross, such as The Way of St. James. The town's borders have also been disputed and were fought over by the ancient kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. The town's population has increased slowly, but significantly, during the last century in comparison to neighbouring towns. This has mainly been due to the migration of people from other districts in the region. In 2012 it was the Spanish food capital.
-Distances: These are the distances to other Spanish cities from Logroño: Madrid 334 km; Bilbao 124 km; Zaragoza 170 km; Pamplona 90 km; Burgos 111 km; Barcelona 468 km. Location:
La Rioja's capital is on the banks of the River Ebro, covering a large plain.
-Height: 384 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: El Cortijo, Varea, La Estrella, Yagüe.
-Economy: Logroño is the autonomous region's main industrial centre and its importance with regards several nearby municipalities has grown thanks to its industrial estates (La Portalada, Cantabria, Cascajos, El Sequero, San Lázaro and El Cortijo). The city has good transport links and can be reached on the A
-68, the N
-120 and the N
-232. There is also a civil airport in Agoncillo. The city also has many hotels, restaurants and cultural attractions. Logroño's tertiary sector has grown enormously since the 1960's due to large numbers of immigrants.