Parishes of Andorra

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Andorra consists of seven communities known as parishes (Catalan: parròquies, singular – parròquia). Until relatively recently, it had only six parishes; the seventh, Escaldes-Engordany, was created in 1978.

Some parishes have a further territorial subdivision. Ordino, La Massana and Sant Julià de Lòria are subdivided into quarts (quarters), while Canillo is subdivided into 10 veïnats (neighborhoods). Those mostly coincide with villages, which are found in all parishes.

Each parish has its own elected mayor who is the nominal head of the local government known as a comú in Catalan.

Nr.* Parish ISO 3166-2 Area
km²
Population
1990 2000 2007
1 Escut de Canillo.svg Canillo AD-02 121 1.290 2.706 5.422
2 Escut d'Encamp.svg Encamp AD-03 74 7.119 10.595 14.029
3 Escut d'Ordino.svg Ordino AD-05 89 1.289 2.283 3.685
4 La Masana coa.gif La Massana[1] AD-04 65 3.868 6.276 9.357
5 Escut d'Andorra la Vella.svgAndorra la Vella* AD-07 12 19.022 21.189 24.574
6 Escut de Sant Julià de Lòria.svg Sant Julià de Lòria AD-06 60 6.012 7.623 9.595
7 Escut d'Escaldes-Engordany.svg Escaldes-Engordany AD-08 47 12.235 15.299 16.475
  Coat of arms of Andorra.svg Andorra AD 468 50.835 65.971 83.137

* Capital of Andorra

Map of the parishes of Andorra

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