Iruña de Oca/Iruña Oka

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Iruña Oka

Iruña Oka (in Basque)
Iruña de Oca ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
Iruña Oka/Iruña de Oca
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Coat of arms of Iruña Oka
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Location of Iruña Oka in Álava
Location of Iruña Oka in Álava
Iruña Oka is located in Spain
Iruña Oka
Iruña Oka
Location in Spain
Coordinates: 42°49′09″N 2°48′46″W / 42.81917°N 2.81278°W / 42.81917; -2.81278Coordinates: 42°49′09″N 2°48′46″W / 42.81917°N 2.81278°W / 42.81917; -2.81278
Country Spain
Autonomous community País Vasco
ComarcaCuadrilla de Añana
FoundedIn 1976
 • AlcaldeJosé Javier Martínez García (PSE-EE)
 • Total53.25 km2 (20.56 sq mi)
500 m (1,600 ft)
 • Total3,172
 • Density60/km2 (150/sq mi)
Demonym(s)Iruñaokar, iruñar (in Basque)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
Official language(s)Spanish, Basque
WebsiteOfficial website

Iruña de Oca (Basque: Iruña Oka) is a municipality located in the province of Álava, in the Basque Country, northern Spain. Is compounded by five towns called "concejos" which names are:

It was formed in 1976 by the merger of the municipalities of Iruña (Trespuentes and Víllodas) and Nanclares de la Oca (Montevite, Ollávarre and Nanclares).

Iruña de Oca is the most populated municipality of the Cuadrilla de Añana. More than the 35% of the people of Añana live there.

It is located in the central part of the Álava province, just 14 km far from Vitoria, the capital city of the Basque Country.

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