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Abertura is a village in the province of Cáceres and autonomous community of Extremadura, Spain. The municipality covers an area of 62.71 square kilometres (24.21 sq mi) and as of 2011 it had a population of 447 people.
The municipal district is generally flat, with an altitude of between 380 and 430m, taking the Esparragosa as the highest point. The main rivers are the Búrdalo and Alcollarín rivers.
Specifically, during the 2000s, the population change was as follows:
In 1594 Cáceres formed part of the land of Trujillo in Trujillo Province. At the fall of the old regime in the area it was part of the constitutional municipality in the region of Extremadura that, from 1834, became part of the Judicial District of Logrosán. According to an 1842 census, the area accounted for 200 households and 1096 residents.
- San Juan Bautista Parish Church (15th century)
- Santa Ana Hermitage
- "Cáceres: Población por municipios y sexo ((English): Cáceres: Population by municipality and sex). Official population figures resulting from the revision of the Municipal Register on 1 January 2011". Instituto Nacional de Estadística. Retrieved 26 May 2012.
- "Poblaciones de hecho desde 1900 hasta 1991 ((English): De facto populations from 1900-1991. Official figures from the respective censuses." (in Spanish). Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE). Retrieved 2011-06-21.
- "Poblaciones de hecho desde 1900 hasta 1991 (De facto populations from 1900-1991. Official figures from the respective censuses." (in Spanish). Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE). Retrieved 2011-06-21.