Rincón de Ademuz

Rincón de Ademuz is Spanish comarca constituted as an exclave of both the Valencian Community and the Valencia province located between the provinces of Cuenca (Castile-La Mancha) and Teruel (Aragon). It is part of the Spanish-speaking area in the Valencian Community.

Rincón de Ademuz
Coat of arms of Rincón de Ademuz
Coat of arms
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Country Spain
Autonomous community Valencian Community
ProvinceValencia
CapitalAdemuz
Municipalities
Area
 • Total370.22 km2 (142.94 sq mi)
Population
 (2019)
 • Total2,266
 • Density6.1/km2 (16/sq mi)
 [1]
Demonym(s) 
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Largest municipalityAdemuz

GeographyEdit

OverviewEdit

It is a largely rural and sparsely populated area with seven municipalities of which only its capital, Ademuz, has over 1,000 inhabitants.

The area has the river Turia as its major source of water.

 
Map of municipalities of the Rincón de Ademuz

MunicipalitiesEdit

Name Population
(2001)
[2]
Population
(2011)
[3]
Population
(2019)
[4]
Ademús 1,115 1,250 1,042
Casas Altas 161 155 131
Casas Bajas 273 227 164
Castielfabib 302 301 317
La Pobla de Sant Miquel (Puebla de San Miguel) 66 80 62
Torre Baixa (Torrebaja) 423 447 411
Vallanca 213 161 139
Totals 2,553 2,621 2,266


BibliographyEdit

  • Eslava Blasco, R.: Castielfabib y su patrimonio histórico-artístico. Edición del Ayuntamiento de Castielfabib. 286 Pp. ISBN 978-84-606-4689-1. Castielfabib, 2014.
  • Eslava Blasco, R.: Ademuz y su patrimonio histórico-artístico. Ademuz, 2007.
  • Eslava Blasco, R.: Vallanca y su patrimonio histórico-artístico religioso. Vallanca, 2006.
  • Gargallo Gil, J.E.: Habla y cultura popular en el Rincón de Ademuz. Madrid, 2004.
  • Rodrigo Alfonso, C.: El Rincón de Ademuz, análisis comarcal. Valencia, 1998.
  • ABABOL. Revista del Instituto Cultural y de Estudios del Rincón de Ademuz (ICERA), dirigida per Ángel Antón Andrés i publicada trimestralment an Ademús des de 1995.

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid, 2019.
  2. ^ Census of 1 November 2001: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid, 2019.
  3. ^ Census of 1 November 2011: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid, 2019.
  4. ^ Official estimate as at 1 January 2019: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Madrid, 2019.

Coordinates: 40°04′49″N 1°17′07″W / 40.0802°N 1.2854°W / 40.0802; -1.2854