Alcalá de Moncayo
Alcalá de Moncayo is a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain. According to the 2004 census, the municipality has a population of 144 inhabitants
Province of Zaragoza
Zaragoza called Saragossa in English, is a province of northern Spain, in the central part of the autonomous community of Aragon. Its capital is Zaragoza, the capital of the autonomous community. Other towns in Zaragoza include Calatayud, Borja, La Almunia de Doña Godina, Ejea de los Caballeros and Tarazona, its area is 17,274 km² and it is the fourth-largest Spanish province by land area. Its population is 954.811, of whom nearly three-quarters live in the capital, its population density is 50.95/km². It contains 292 municipalities; the main language throughout the province is Spanish, although Catalan is spoken in the Bajo Aragón-Caspe comarca and in Mequinenza municipality. The province of Zaragoza is bordered by the provinces of Lleida, Teruel, Soria, La Rioja and Huesca; the southern and western side of the province is in the mountainous Sistema Ibérico area and includes its highest point, the Moncayo, while the northern end reaches the Pre-Pyrenees. The Ebro River crosses the province from west to east.
Comarcas in the Zaragoza province: The following comarcas having their capital in Huesca Province include municipal terms within Zaragoza Province: Bajo Cinca: Mequinenza. Hoya de Huesca: Murillo de Gállego and Santa Eulalia de Gállego. Jacetania: Artieda, Salvatierra de Esca and Sigüés. Monegros: La Almolda, Farlete, Leciñena and Perdiguera. List of municipalities in Zaragoza Official website
Instituto Nacional de Estadística (Spain)
The National Statistics Institute is the official agency in Spain that collects statistics about demography and Spanish society. It is an autonomous organization in Spain responsible for overall coordination of statistical services of the General State Administration in monitoring and supervision of technical procedures; every 10 years, this organisation conducts a national census. The last census took place in 2011. Through the official website one can follow all the updates of different fields of study; the oldest statistics agency of Spain and the predecessor of the current agency was the General Statistics Commission of the Kingdom, created on November 3, 1856 during the reign of Isabella II. The so-then Prime Minister Narváez approved a decree creating this body and ordering that people with recognized ability in this matter were part of it. On May 1, 1861, the Commission change its name to General Statistics Board and their first work was to do a population census. By a decree of September 12, 1870, Prime Minister Serrano created the Geographic Institute and in 1873 this Institute change its name to Geographic and Statistic Institute assuming the competences of the General Statistics Board.
In 1890, the titularity of the agency was transferred from the Prime Minister's Office to the Ministry of Development. Between 1921 and 1939, change its name many times. In the same way, the agency was transferred from a ministry to another, passing through the Deputy Prime Minister's Office, the Ministry of the Presidency and the Ministry of Labour; the National Statistics Institute was created following the Law of December 31, 1945, published in the BOE of January 3, 1946, with a mission to develop and refine the demographic and social statistics existing, creating new statistics and coordination with the statistical offices of provincial and municipal areas. At the end of 1964 the first computer was installed at the INE, it was a first-generation IBM 1401, for which a team was formed consisting of four statistics faculty and ten technicians. In the four years following it was possible that said. INE Website
Azuara is a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain. According to the 2010 census the municipality has a population of 220 inhabitants, its postal code is 50140. Azuara impact structure Jiloca Comarca List of municipalities in Zaragoza Azuara site Ernstson & Claudin - Impact Structures
Sierra de Alcubierre
Sierra de Alcubierre is a 40 km long mountain range in the Monegros comarca, Spain. It is located between the provinces of Huesca; this mountain chain crosses the arid eastern end of the Monegros comarca from northwest to southeast and divides the basins of the Gállego and Isuela rivers. It has numerous ravines and its landscape is characteristic of badlands; the ridge's highest summits are San Caprasio. This mountain range is named after the town of Alcubierre, located 3 km east of the range; the Sierra de Alcubierre is divided into subranges, foremost of which are Sierra de Lanaja, named after Lanaja town, Sierra de Pallaruelo, named after Pallaruelo de Monegros village, both located in the central part of the main range. Monegros Mountains of Aragon Official webpage of the Comarca of Los Monegros Tourism in Monegros Wikiloc - Perdiguera/Monte Oscuro Bike trails, Monte Oscuro - Alcubierre Chapter 4 Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell 1938
Alagón is a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain. According to the 2009 census, the municipality has a population of 7195 inhabitants. Jesús Angoy, is a Spanish retired association football goalkeeper, who played as a placekicker in American football. List of municipalities in Zaragoza
Acered is a municipality located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain. According to the 2004 census, the municipality has a population of 236 inhabitants