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Alto Gallego. Comarcas de Aragon. Aragon. Spain



Data from the county Alto Gallego.

County NameMunicipalitiesSurface
Km2
Population
Census 2002
Alto Gallego81.359,812.320
Total Aragon73047.719,201.217.514

Map.

Municipalities that comprise it.

Map Comarca Alto Gallego in Aragon Biescas.
Caldearenas.
Hoz de Jaca.
Panticosa.
Sabiñánigo.
Sallent de Gallego.
Yebra de Basa.
Yesero.

Detail Comarca Alto Gallego

It is a clear example that the county division is not unalterable. The Bal de Tena, the last of the western valleys of the Aragonese Pyrenees, has historically been part of the Chazetania, due to its belonging to the original nucleus of the county of Aragon.

The district of the High Galligo or Sarrablo is located north of the province of Uesca, occupying almost the entire basin of the upper course of the Galligo River.

Bordered by France, it communicates with Collet del Portalet, located at an altitude of 1,792 meters. To the south, its delimitation coincides with that of the Sarrablo, the Aineto and Belarre mountain ranges.

The extension of the region is of 1,351 km² and it includes the municipal terms of eight city councils, nevertheless, the poblamiento is very dispersed. There are 84 inhabited urban nuclei, even if temporarily. Of these, 49 belong to Samianigo. The Bal de Tena presents a better demographic structure than the Sarrablo since the growth of mountain tourism and skiing practices has contributed to slow the emigration and fix the population in this valley.

The eight municipalities of the region are integrated into the community of Alto Gállego which also includes the municipality of Torla belonging to Sobrarbe. The headquarters is in Samianigo.

Note: the description text of the region has been extracted from the magazine "L'Ausin".

More information

Ley Comarca Alto Gallego.
County of Aragon.
Ley 8/1996, district delimitation of Aragon.
LEY 23/2001, de 26 de diciembre, Measures of regionalization.
Ley 10/1993, of regionalization.
Administrative Divisions in Aragon.

Aragon Road Map.
Huesca province.
Other maps of Aragon.

 

Ample your information on Aragon

If you want to extend your information on Aragon you can begin crossing another interesting route is the Mudejar, Patrimony of the Humanity, also you can extend your cultural knowledge on Aragon examining its municipal and institutional heraldry without forgetting, of course, some of its emblematics figures as Saint George Pattern of Aragon also book of Aragon.

Also Aragon enjoys a diverse and varied Nature where passing by plants, animals or landscapes we can arrive at a fantastic bestiario that lives in its monuments.

The information will not be complete without a stroll by its three provinces: Zaragoza, Teruel and Huesca and his shines, with shutdown in some of its spectacular landscapes like Ordesa, the Moncayo or by opposition the Ebro.

Also you can dedicarte to the intangible ones: from the legend compilation that also does to universal Aragon you can persecute the presence of del Santo Grial in Aragon.



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