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Municipality dates and parties.

Agon. april 29 and august 2nd.
Aguaron. april 8th and july 10. Lunes de Pascua and San Cristobal.
Aguilon. may 15 and april 8th. San Isidro and Lunes de Pascua.
Ainzon. may 15 and august 16nd. San Isidro and San Roque.
Aladren. February 2th and august 5nd. San Blas and Virgen de las Nieves.
Alagon. june 13 and September 9. San antonio and Virgen del Castillo.
Alberite de San Juan. February 2th and September 27.
Albeta. july 25 and October 7.
Alborge. april 29 and august 10nd. Virgen de Montler and San Lorenzo.
Alcala de Moncayo. 14 and august 16nd.
Alfajarin. January 29 and may 15. San Valero and San Isidro Labrador.
Alfamen. may 15 and august 16nd. San Isidro and San Roque.
Alforque. may 20. Santa Prudenciana.
Alhama de Aragon. may 22 and august 16nd. Santa Quiteria and San Roque.
Almolda, La. may 22 and 23. Santa Quiteria and San Urbez.
Almonacid de la Cuba. may 15 and august 16nd. San Isidro and San Roque.
Almonacid de la Sierra. 9 and September 10. San Nicolas Tolentino.
Almunia de Doña Godina, La. January 20 and September 25.
Ambel. January 19 and august 29nd. San Sebastian and Santas Reliquias.
Anento. February 5th and august 16nd. Santa agueda and San Roque.
Aniñon. september 18 and november 22. Santisimo Misterio and Santa Cecilia.
Añon. august 5 and 6nd.
Aranda del Moncayo. may 15 and august 24nd.
Arandiga. may 13 and September 26. Romeria del Bolage and San Cosme and San Damian.
Ardisa. January 22 and july 26. San Vicente and Santa ana.
Ariza. September 12 and 13.
Atea. may 17 and august 23nd.
Ateca. February 2th and September 9. San Blas and Virgen de la Pena.
Azuara. March 19st and may 15. San Jose and San Isidro.
Badules. may 22 and august 9nd.
Bagües. august 16nd and September 27.
Balconchan.
Barboles. 7 and October 8.
Bardallur. February 5th and august 16nd. Santa agueda and San Roque.
Belchite. april 9th and September 13. Nuestra Señora del Pueyo and Exaltacion de la Santa Cruz.
Berdejo. august 16nd and November 12.
Berrueco. January 19 and august 5nd.
Biel. may 13 and july 26. Virgen de la Sierra and Santa ana.
Bijuesca. june 17 and august 16nd.
Biota. may 8 and 15.
Bisimbre. august 16nd.
Boquiñeni. may 24 and October 7.
Borja. may 6 and September 23.
Botorrita. may 8 and October 4.
Brea de Aragon. February 2th and july 26. San Blas and Santa ana.
Bujaraloz. may 15 and august 28nd.
Bulbuente. june 14 and august 26nd. Sagrado Corazon and San Bartolome.
Bureta. October 23.
Buste. El may 11 and august 16nd.
Cabolafuente. March 12st and September 14.
Cadrete. may 3 and September 13.
Calatayud. june 1 and august 16nd. San Iñigo and San Roque.
Calatorao. august 24nd and September 14.
Calcena. june 8 and august 5nd.
Campillo de Aragon. april 29 and may 13.
Cariñena. January 29 and april 8th. San Valero and Lunes de Pascua.
Castiliscar. may 8 and 15.
Cervera de la Cañada. may 9 and September 23.
Cetina. may 20 and October 21.
Cimballa. February 5th and September 12. Santa agueda and Santisimo Misterio.
Cinco Olivas. February 2 and 3th. San Blas and la Virgen de la Candelaria.
Clares de Ribota. may 15 and December 5. San Isidro and Santa Barbara.
Cosuenda. june 11 and august 22nd.
Cuarte de Huerva. January 29 and july 26. San Valero and Santa ana.
Cubel. March 19st and august 23nd.
Cuerlas, Las. august 14 and 16nd.
Chiprana. February 2th and august 16nd.
Daroca. march 7st and june 6. Santo Tomas de aquino and Corpus Cristie.
Ejea de los Caballeros. January 15 and june 24. Doña del Voto and San Juan.
Virgen de la Oliva. primer domingo de septiembre.

Embid de Ariza. may 22 and august 20nd.
Encinacorba. may 3 and august 2nd. Santa Cruz and Virgen del Mar.
Epila. may 27 and September 17.
Erla. may 9 and july 26. San Gregorio and Santa ana.
Escatron. February 5 and 6th. Santa agueda.
Fabara. april 8th and may 15.
Farlete. March 19st and july 25.
Figueruelas. august 24nd and December 4.
Frasno, El. august 22 and 23nd.
Fuendetodos. may 25 and august 23nd. San Roque and San Bartolome.
Fuentes de Ebro. may 15 and September 30.
Fuentes de Jiloca. February 15th and may 17.
Gallocanta. January 19 and august 22nd.
Gallur. june 13 and 29. San antonio de Padua and San Pedro apostol.
Gelsa. april 29 and September 9. San Pedro and La Virgen.
Godojos. may 9 and December 18. San Gregorio and Virgen de la Esperanza.
Gotor. july 26 and December 4. Santa ana and Santa Barbara.
Grisen. September 27 and November 11. San Miguel and San Martin.
Ibdes. 16 and august 19nd.
Illueca. January 24 and june 24. San Babil and San Juan Bautista.
Inoges. 2 and august 3nd.
Isuela. February 5th and august 2nd. Santa agueda and Ntra. Sra. de los angeles.
Isuerre. august 24nd and December 26. San Bartolome and San Esteban.
Jarque. January 20 and april 29. San Sebastian and San Pedro Martir.
Jaulin. February 2th and may 31. San Blas and San Marcelino.
Joyosa, La. September 7 and October 1.
Lagata. February 5th and September 14. Sta. agueda and Exaltacion de la Santa Cruz.
Langa del Castillo. may 3 and may 29. Fiestas Patronales and Ntra. Sra. de Tocon.
Layana. January 2 and December 27.
Lecera. may 6 and august 5nd. Virgen del Olivar and Santo Domingo.
Leciñena. March 15st and October 14.
Lechon. January 20 and august 10nd. San Fabian and San Lorenzo.
Letux. may 2 and august 31nd. San atanasio and San Ramon Nonato.
Lobera de Onsella. june 24 and December 13. San Juan and Santa Lucia.
Longares. may 10 and September 2. Santa Espina and San Vicente and San Gonzalo.
Longas. January 20 and june 25. San Sebastian and Santa Orosia.
Lucena de Jalon. .
Luceni. april 29 and august 28nd. San Pedro Martir and San agustin.
Luesia. September 9 and December 26. Virgen del Puyal and San Esteban.
Lumpiaque. October 4 and December 4. San Francisco and Santa Barbara.
Luna. may 15 and june 24. San Isidro Labrador and San Juan.
Maella. January 17 and april 8th. San anton and Lunes de Pascua.
Mainar. april 25th and june 6. San Marcos and la Virgen del Rosario.
Malanquilla. may 2 and august 16nd. San Cristo del Humilladero and San Roque.
Malejan. may 27 and December 4.
Malon. January 22 and September 14. San Vicente and Santa Cruz.
Maluenda. june 19 and july 17.
Mallen. april 22th and july 16.
Mara. may 17 and august 16nd. San Pascual and San Roque.
Maria de Huerva. January 29 and august 16nd.
Mediana. april 8th and july 26. Lunes de Pascua and Santa ana.
Mequinenza. September 17 and December 26. Santa agatoclia and San Esteban.
Mesones de Isuela. February 5th and august 2nd. Santa agueda and Nuestra Señora de los angeles.
Monegrillo. april 8th and july 26. San Benito and Santa ana.
Monreal de ariza. april 29 and March 19st. San Pedro Martir and San Jose.
Monterde. august 16nd and September 21. San Roque and Virgen del Castillo.
Monton. 23 and august 24nd.
Morata de Jalon. august 16nd and December 4. San Roque and Santa Barbara.
Morata de Jiloca. may 15. San Isidro.
Mores. 30 and may 31.
Moyuela. may 16 and august 16nd. San Isidro and San Roque.
Muel. February 5th and September 9. San Blas and La Virgen de la Fuente.
Muela, La. 13 and june 14.
Navardun. may 9 and august 16nd. San Gregorio and San Roque.
Nigüella. 9 and august 10nd. San Lorenzo.
Nombrevilla. 14 and august 16nd. San Roque and La Virgen.
Novallas. june 6 Festividad del Corpus.
june 30 San Marcial.
Del 14 al September 21 la Santa Cruz.
December 4 Santa Barbara.
Novillas. October 7 and December 14. Ntra. Sra. la Virgen del Rosario and San Nicasio.
Nuez de Ebro. October 7 and November 11.
Ontinar de Salz. may 15 and primer domingo de septiembre.
Orcajo. .
Orera. july 26 and November 18.
Paniza. may 17 and September 6. Santa Quiteria and Virgen del aguila.
Paracuellos de Jiloca. june 13 and December 13. San antonio and Santa Lucia.
Paracuellos de la Ribera. 5 and February 6th.
Pedrola. may 15 and august 16nd.
Pedrosas, Las. august 16nd and December 26.
Perdiguera. may 15 and july 29. San Isidro and Santa Beatriz.
Piedratajada. January 19 and august 30nd.
Pina de Ebro. may 10 and august 16nd.
Pinseque. april 29 and august 16nd. San Pedro and San Roque.
Pintanos, Los. January 17 and august 31nd. San anton and San Ramon.
Plasencia de Jalon. February 5th and june 13. Santa agueda and San antonio.
Plenas. 28 and august 29nd.
Pomer. april 24th and august 16nd. San Jorge and San Roque.
Pradilla de Ebro. January 20 and September 7.
Puebla de alborton. January 22 and may 15.
Puebla de alfinden. March 25st and august 16nd. Ntra. Sra. La Virgen de alfinden and San Roque.
Puendeluna. august 24nd and December 7. San Bartolome and San Nicolas.
Purujosa. .
Quinto de Ebro. april 8th and july 26. Ntra. Sra. de Bonastra and Santa ana.
Remolinos. june 13 and September 16.
Retascon. 23 and august 24nd. San Bartolome.
Ricla. may 21 and july 22.
Rueda de Jalon. January 17 and july 26. San anton and Santa ana.
Ruesca. January 29 and august 31nd.
San Mateo de Gallego. april 16th and may 15. Santa Engracia and San Isidro Labrador.
Santa Eulalia de Gallego. august 16nd and December 10.
Santed. august 16nd and October 11.
Sastago. January 17 and april 25th.
Sestrica. 15 and july 16.
Sobradiel. april 25th and june 13. San Marcos and San antonio.
Sofuentes. may 15.
Sos del Rey Catolico. may 27 and December 26.
Talamantes. may 25 and September 28. Virgen del Constantin and San Miguel.
Tarazona. august 28nd and October 5. San agustin and San atilano.
Tauste. may 8 and September 21.
Tierga. may 3 and august 30nd. Santo Cristo and Santa Rosa de Lima.
Torralba de Ribota. January 20 and august 2nd. San Sebastian and San Felix.
Torralbilla. 9 and august 10nd. San Lorenzo.
Torres de Berrellen. may 8 and july 22. Virgen del Castellar and Santa Maria Magdalena.
Torrijo de la Cañada. august 30nd and September 11.
Tosos. February 2th and august 23nd.
Trasmoz. april 29 and august 16nd. Santo Cristo de la Piedad and San Roque.
Trasobares. may 6 and March 22st.
Urrea de Jalon. January 19 and October 7. San Sebastian and Ntra.Sra. del Rosario.
Urries. may 18 and December 4.
Used. January 22 and may 13.
Utebo. june 19 and july 26.
Valmadrid. may 9 and july 16. San Gregorio and San Fausto.
Valpalmas. august 13nd and December 4. San Hipolito and Santa Barbara.
Velilla de Ebro. august 2nd and December 5.
Velilla de Jiloca. 22 and august 23nd.
Vera de Moncayo. may 15 and November 15. San Isidro and Virgen de Veruela.
Vierlas. may 8 and December 4. San Miguel and Santa Barbara.
Villafeliche. june 24 and November 22. San Juan and San Ignacio.
Villafranca de Ebro. april 29 and December 4. San Pedro Martir de Verona and Santa Barbara.
Villalengua. june 19 and December 19.
Villanueva de Gallego. may 15 and September 2.
Villanueva de Huerva. February 2th and july 26. San Blas and Santa ana.
Villanueva de Jiloca. 5 and august 6nd.
Villarreal de Huerva. may 8 and june 6.
Villarroya de la Sierra. 13 and September 16.
Vistabella. may 22 and September 30. Santa Quiteria and San Miguel.
Zaida, La. august 16nd and December 4. San Roque and Santa Barbara.
Zaragoza. January 29 and march 5st. San Valero.
Zuera. may 27 and august 26nd.



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