This article is about a municipality in Huesca province, Spain. For other uses, see Azara.
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Azara is a municipality in the province of Huesca, Spain. In 2010, it had a population of 200 inhabitants. It is located in the middle of a valley named after Alferche, to the right of the La Clamor Canyon, surrounded by sandstone the highest among which is Peña de Santa Margarita, 40 km away from Huesca.
Peña/Piedra Santa Margarita (Azara) was an old castle belonging to Arabs. For lieutenent it had to Barbatuerta immediately after the reconquista (1101-4), and in times of Labaña (1610) it belonged to Sanjuanistas de Barbastro.