|meander of the Guadalaviar River, viewed from Torre del Andador.|
|Comarca||Sierra de Albarracín|
|• Alcalde||Francisco Martí Soriano (2007) (PAR)|
|• Total||452.72 km2 (174.80 sq mi)|
|Elevation||1,182 m (3,878 ft)|
|• Density||2.5/km2 (6.4/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Albarracín is Spanish town, in the province of Teruel, part of the autonomous community of Aragon. According to the 2007 census (INE), the municipality had a population of 1075 inhabitants. Albarracín is the capital of the mountainous Sierra de Albarracín Comarca
Albarracín is a picturesque town surrounded by stony hills and the town was declared a Monumento Nacional in 1961.
From 1167 to 1300, Albarracín was an independent lordship known as the Sinyoría d'Albarrazín which was established after the partition of the Taifa of Albarracín under the control of Pedro Ruíz de Azagra. It was eventually conquered by Peter III of Aragon in 1284, and the ruling family, the House of Azagra was deposed. The last person to actually hold the title of Señor de Albarracín was Juan Núñez I de Lara, although his son, Juan Núñez II de Lara continued on as the pretender to the title until 1300 when the city and its lands were officially incorporated into the Kingdom of Aragon.
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- Taifa of Albarracin
- Sinyoría d'Albarrazín
- Diocese of Teruel and Albarracín.
- Diocese of Albarracín (1577–1852).
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