Vertical bar chart demographic of La Rioja (Spain) between 18 Legal population (1857-1897) according to the population census published by the Instituto Nacional de Estadística in the nineteenth century.
Casa en la huerta del río Iregua Landscapes.
Mountains and mountain ranges edit The mountains in La Rioja are part of the Iberian System.Pueblo muy tranquilo Pantano González Lacasa.Desde el Este Pantano González Lacasa.Al fondo, el castillo de Ocón Galilea Landscapes.The Rioja Alta comarca receives more precipitation than Rioja Baja.4 Comarcas edit Geographical comarcas: Economy edit Glasses of wine for tasting in the Vivancos Museum Power station at Arrúbal, La Rioja La Rioja is known for its production of Rioja DOCa wines (although the Rioja viticultural region extends slightly into the neighboring administrative regions.Iregua valley edit El Rasillo Ortigosa Peñaloscintos.Climate edit The climate is mainly continental.On the left bank there are only three municipalities, Briñas, San Vicente de la Sonsierra and Ábalos (known as the Riojan Sonsierra although Logroño, Agoncillo, Alcanadre, Rincón de Soto and Alfaro are also part of the municipality's territory on that bank.
It was decided in favour of the Navarrese after the imprisonment of the Count's family in Cirueña, in 960.
Population according to the municipal register of 2010 published by the Instituto Nacional de Estadística.In the Ministry of Education's 2009 report La Rioja was in first position among the autonomous communities as it relates to general aspects of primary and secondary education.Contents History edit Santa María de la Redonda Co-cathedral, Logroño.Agriculture edit There is dryland farming of wheat, barley and grape ; irrigated cultivation of asparagus, capsicum and other crops; and Animal husbandry of sheep.In medieval times La Rioja was often a disputed territory.The province increased its territory temporarily in 1841.Emerging from the narrow channel between the rocks of the Conchas de Haro, it reaches La Rioja, through which it runs donne che cercano uomini a buenos aires for 120 km (75 miles before continuing its journey to the Mediterranean.From Wikimedia blind dating espana capitoli Commons, the free media repository.Logroño was a borderland disputed between the kings of Navarre and the kings of Castile from the 10th century; From 1134 the Navarrese under García Ramírez the Restorer and his son Sancho VI the Wise fought bitterly with Castile for the recovery of the former.The river Ebro flows through this region, as does the river Oja, after which it is named.In 1076, after the murder of Sancho VI, Navarre was divided among Castile and Aragon.
The Constitutional Cortes declared La Rioja an independent province at the time of the Liberal Constitution of 1812, and during the Liberal Triennium in January 1822 the province of Logroño was created by royal decree as part of the administrative reform of Riego, taking.
Drawing by Ernesto Reiner.