Campo de Daroca

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Campo de Daroca
Comarca
Location of Campo de Daroca in Aragon
Location of Campo de Daroca in Aragon
Country Spain
Autonomous community Aragon
Province Zaragoza
Capital Daroca
Government
 • President Pedro Miguel Hernández Gutiérrez[1] (PP)
Website Comarca del Campo de Daroca
The Laguna de Gallocanta is located in Campo de Daroca
Location of the municipalities in Campo de Daroca

Campo de Daroca is one of the comarcas of Aragon, in the Province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. It is located in the mountainous Iberian System area.

Municipalities[edit]

The comarca includes the municipalities of Acered, Aldehuela de Liestos, Anento, Atea, Badules, Balconchán, Berrueco, Cerveruela, Cubel, Las Cuerlas, Daroca, Fombuena, Gallocanta, Herrera de los Navarros, Langa del Castillo, Lechón, Luesma, Mainar, Manchones, Murero, Nombrevilla, Orcajo, Retascón, Romanos, Santed, Torralba de los Frailes, Torralbilla, Used, Val de San Martín, Valdehorna, Villadoz, Villanueva de Jiloca, Villar de los Navarros, Villarreal de Huerva and Villarroya del Campo.

Geography[edit]

It borders the Comunidad de Calatayud and Campo de Cariñena to the north, Señorío de Molina (in the province of Guadalajara) to the southwest, Jiloca to the south and Campo de Belchite to the east.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Presidencia." (in Spanish). Comarca del Campo de Daroca. Retrieved December 10, 2010. 
This article includes content from the Spanish Wikipedia article Campo de Daroca.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 41°07′N 1°25′W / 41.117°N 1.417°W / 41.117; -1.417