Campo de Borja

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For the wine appellation, see Campo de Borja (DO).
Campo de Borja
Comarca
View of Borja, the town that gives its name to the comarca
View of Borja, the town that gives its name to the comarca
Localización de Campo de Borja (Aragón).svg
Country  Spain
Autonomous community  Aragon
Province Zaragoza
Capital Borja
Government
 • President Sergio Pérez Pueyo
Area
 • Total 690.5 km2 (266.6 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 15,517
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Largest municipality Borja

Campo de Borja is a comarca (district) in Aragon, Spain. It is located in the province of Zaragoza, in a transition area between the Iberian System of mountain ranges and the Ebro Valley. Its capital is Borja.[1]

It is a wine-producing comarca, famous for its Campo de Borja wines, both red and white.[2]

Municipalities[edit]

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Municipality Area
(km²)
 % of
total
Population
(2010)
 % of
total
Altitude
(meters)
Agón 18.52 2.68 166 1.07 312
Ainzón 40.46 5.84 1269 8.18 429
Alberite de San Juan 11.23 1.62 101 0.65 375
Albeta 2.65 0.38 141 0.91 412
Ambel 61.31 8.86 305 1.97 575
Bisimbre 11.16 1.61 109 0.70 320
Borja 106.70 15.41 5042 32.49 448
Bulbuente 25.52 3.25 248 1.60 520
Bureta 11.90 1.72 269 1.73 410
Fréscano 18.41 2.66 220 1.42 302
Fuendejalón 75.83 10.95 953 6.14 472
Magallón 78.60 11.35 1205 7.77 419
Maleján 2.80 0.40 344 2.22 472
Mallén 37.42 5.41 3704 23.87 293
Novillas 25.27 3.65 626 4.03 239
Pozuelo de Aragón 32.09 4.54 342 2.20 412
Tabuenca 85.49 12.35 412 2.66 778
Talamantes 46.90 6.78 61 0.39 924
Total 692.26 15517

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Coordinates: 41°49′N 1°32′W / 41.817°N 1.533°W / 41.817; -1.533