Abanto y Ciérbana-Abanto Zierbena

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Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
Gallarta, municipality's main ward
Gallarta, municipality's main ward
Flag of Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
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Coat of arms of Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
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Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena is located in Basque Country
Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
Location of Abanto y Ciérbana-Abanto Zierbena within the Basque Country
Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena is located in Spain
Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena
Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena (Spain)
Coordinates: 43°18′53″N 3°4′19″W / 43.31472°N 3.07194°W / 43.31472; -3.07194Coordinates: 43°18′53″N 3°4′19″W / 43.31472°N 3.07194°W / 43.31472; -3.07194
Country Spain
Autonomous community Basque Country
ProvinceBiscay
ComarcaGreater Bilbao
Government
 • AlcaldeManuel Tejada Lanbarri (EAJ-PNV)
Area
 • Total18.03 km2 (6.96 sq mi)
Elevation
128 m (420 ft)
Highest elevation
540 m (1,770 ft)
Lowest elevation
8 m (26 ft)
Population
 (2018)[1]
 • Total9,545
 • Density530/km2 (1,400/sq mi)
Demonym(s)abantarra
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
48500 & 48540
Official language(s)Basque
WebsiteOfficial website
Not to be confused with Abanto in Aragón.

Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena is a municipality located in the province of Biscay, in the autonomous community of Basque Country, in the north of Spain.[2]

Neighborhoods[edit]

Abanto was originally divided into concejos, Susoko Abanto or Abanto de Suso and Yusoko Abanto or Abanto de Yuso, nowadays administratively divided into neighborhoods or wards:[3]

  • Susoko Abanto
    • Abanto (pop. 59)
    • Campillo (pop. 32)
    • Gallarta (town center, pop. 5,107)
    • Balastera (pop. 68)
    • Florida (pop. 9)
    • Las Calizas (Pop. 44)
    • Picón (pop. 21)
    • Santa Juliana (pop. 146)
    • Triano (pop. 52)
  • Yusoko Abanto
    • Cotorrio (pop. 154)
    • Las Carreras (pop. 1,814)
    • Las Cortes (pop. 7)
    • El Once (pop. 3)
    • Olabarrieta (Pop. 55)
    • Murrieta (pop. 51)
    • Putxeta (pop. 269)
    • San Pedro Abanto (pop. 46)
    • Sanfuentes (pop. 1,675)

List of mayors of Abanto y Ciérvana-Abanto Zierbena, since 1842[edit]

  • January 1842 – January 1843 Andrés José de San Martín
  • January 1843 - July 1843 Emeterio del Alisal
  • July 1843 - March 1844 Benigno Ruiz de Murga
  • March 1844 – 1846/01/01 José María de Arechabaleta
  • 1846/01/01 – 1847/01/03 Juan Francisco del Merro
  • 1847/01/03 – 1850/01/01 Miguel de Escuza
  • 1850/01/01 – 1854/01/01 Pablo de los Heros
  • 1854/01/01 – 1854/10/02 Francisco de Robledo
  • 1854/10/02 – 1857/03/12 José González y El Cerro
  • 1857/03/12 – 1859/01/01 Cosme de Allende
  • 1859/01/01 – 1861/01/01 Miguel de Escuza
  • 1861/01/01 – 1865/01/01 José de Aranguren
  • 1865/01/01 – 1867/01/01 Ruperto de Lejarza
  • 1867/01/01 – 1869/01/01 Manuel de Garay y Laza
  • 1869/01/01 - March 1872 Agapito de Sasia
  • March 1872 – September 1873 Antonio Hurtado
  • September 1873 – January 1874 Agustín Yarto
  • January 1874 – 1875/01/01 Antonio de Escuza (dean)
  • 1875/01/01 – 1876/01/01 Maximino de Uriarte
  • 1876/01/01 – 1876/03/07 Manuel Chave (accidental)
  • 1876/03/07 – 1876/04/11 Juan Ángel de Allende
  • 1876/04/11 – 1877/04/01 José Antonio Escuza
  • 1877/04/01 – 1879/07/01 Mamerto Bermeosolo
  • 1879/07/01 – 1881/07/01 Juan Ángel de Allende
  • 1881/07/01 – 1885/07/01 Mariano de Olabarría
  • 1885/07/01 – 1890/01/01 Calisto López Sáez
  • 1890/01/01 – 1891/07/01 Eugenio Solano
  • 1891/07/01 – 1894/01/01 Agustín Iza Rementería
  • 1894/01/01 - October 1900 Calisto López Sáez
  • 1900/11/03 – 1904/01/01 Agustín Iza Rementería
  • 1904/01/01 – 1906/01/01 Agustín Garmendia
  • 1906/01/01 – 1910/01/01 Bernardo Ruiz Elizondo
  • 1910/01/01 - January 1912 Alejo Egusquizaga Bilbao
  • Urtarrila 1912 - January 1914 Manuel Asla
  • January 1914 – 1916/01/01 José Salcedo Zubaran
  • 1916/01/01 – 1918/01/01 Luis Sanjinés
  • 1918/01/01 – 1920/01/01 Fabriciano Torróntegui
  • 1920/01/01 – 1923/10/01 Antonio Pujana Meave
  • 1923/10/01 – 1924/03/26 Dionisio Ureta Balparda
  • 1924/03/26 – 1930/03/12 Tomás Quintana Martín
  • 1930/03/12 – 1931/01/31 Dionisio Ureta Balparda
  • 1931/01/31 – 1931/04/15 Francisco de Uribe Urioste
  • 1931/04/15 – 1931/04/28 Nemesio Merodio Ramos (provisional)
  • 1931/04/28 – 1934/11/14 Antonio Pujana Meave
  • 1934/11/14 – 1936/02/23 José Colón Laza
  • 1936/02/23 – 1937/07/02 Antonio Pujana Meave
  • 1937/07/02 – 1938/02/09 Luis Sanjinés Renovales
  • 1938/02/09 – 1952/05/03 José Colón Laza
  • 1952/05/03 – 1955/08/29 Eugenio Mendicote Mardones
  • 1955/08/29 – 1959/12/05 Juan Ramón Sánchez-Serrano Múgica
  • 1959/12/05 – 1964/08/26 Francisco Garaygordobil Barrutia
  • 1964/08/26 – 1969/12/14 Tomás Alonso García
  • 1969/12/14 – 1974/09/10 José Antonio Romero Onaindia
  • 1974/09/10 – 1979/04/19 Luis Andrés Merodio García
  • 1979/04/19 – 1983/05/23 Francisco Puerto Balmisa
  • 1983/05/23 - Uztaila 1987 Luis María Vallejo López
  • Uztaila 1987 – 1991/06/15 Francisco Puerto Balmisa
  • 1991/06/15 - 1995 Luis María Vallejo López
  • 1995 - 2003 Juan José Mezcorta Puertollano
  • 2003 - 2013 Manuel Tejada Lanbarri
  • 2013 - in charge Maite Etxebarria Azpiolea

Demographics[edit]

Historical population
YearPop.±%
19008,337—    
19109,053+8.6%
19209,679+6.9%
19309,870+2.0%
19409,576−3.0%
19509,419−1.6%
196011,340+20.4%
197010,121−10.7%
19819,490−6.2%
19919,351−1.5%
20008,989−3.9%
20109,724+8.2%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Municipal Register of Spain 2018". National Statistics Institute. Retrieved 11 April 2019.
  2. ^ Idoia Estornés Zubizarreta & Manu Castaño García. "Auñamendi Encyclopedia: Abanto y Ciérvana / Abanto-Zierbena" (in Spanish). Eusko Ikaskuntza. Retrieved 3 July 2010.
  3. ^ Euskaltzaindia. "Euskal Onomastikaren Datutegia (EODA): Abanto" (in Basque). Euskaltzaindia. Retrieved 3 July 2010.

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