Agolada

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Concello de Agolada
municipality
Skyline of Concello de Agolada
Official seal of Concello de Agolada
Seal
Location of Agolada within Galicia
Location of Agolada within Galicia
Coordinates: 42°45′44″N 8°1′11″W / 42.76222°N 8.01972°W / 42.76222; -8.01972Coordinates: 42°45′44″N 8°1′11″W / 42.76222°N 8.01972°W / 42.76222; -8.01972
Country  Spain
Autonomous community  Galicia
Province Pontevedra
Parroquias 24
Government
 • Alcalde (Mayor) Manuel Costa Casares
Area
 • Total 147.8 km2 (57.1 sq mi)
Population (2004)
 • Total 3,678
 • Density 24.88/km2 (64.4/sq mi)
  (INE)
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CET)

Agolada is a municipality in Galicia, Spain in the province of Pontevedra.

Population
YearPop.±%
18775,000—    
18875,292+5.8%
19005,490+3.7%
19106,109+11.3%
19206,696+9.6%
19307,002+4.6%
19407,128+1.8%
YearPop.±%
19507,237+1.5%
19606,745−6.8%
19705,340−20.8%
19804,786−10.4%
19905,049+5.5%
20003,882−23.1%
20102,773−28.6%
Source: From: INE Archiv

Administration[edit]

Parròquies of Agolada

It is divided into 24 parròquies (parishes) with many different patron saints. They are: Agra (San Miguel), Artoño (Santalla), A Baíña (San Pedro), Basadre (Santa María), Berredo (Santa María), Borraxeiros (San Cristovo), Brántega (San Lourenzo), Brocos (San Miguel), Carmoega (San Pedro), Eidián (Santiago), Esperante (San Cibrao), Ferreiroa (San Pedro), Gurgueiro (San Miguel), Merlín (San Pedro), Órrea (Santo André), Ramil (San Martiño), San Paio de Bais (San Paio), Santa Comba (San Xoán), Sesto (San Cibrao), O Sexo (Santiago), As Trabancas (San Mamede), Val de Sangorza (Santa María), Ventosa (San Xulián), Vilariño (Santa María).