Santa Coloma d'Andorra

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Santa Coloma
Santa Coloma and the Gran Valira river (right) as seen from a nearby mountain
Santa Coloma and the Gran Valira river (right) as seen from a nearby mountain
Santa Coloma is located in Andorra
Santa Coloma
Santa Coloma
Location in Andorra
Coordinates: 42°29′38.03″N 1°29′51.66″E / 42.4938972°N 1.4976833°E / 42.4938972; 1.4976833Coordinates: 42°29′38.03″N 1°29′51.66″E / 42.4938972°N 1.4976833°E / 42.4938972; 1.4976833
Country  Andorra
Parish Andorra la Vella
Elevation 1,134 m (a  ft)
Population (2012)
 • Total 3,040
Time zone GMT +1

Santa Coloma d'Andorra[1] (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈsantə kuˈɫomə ðənˈdorə], locally: [ˈsanta koˈloma ðanˈdɔra]) or briefly Santa Coloma is an Andorran town in the parish of Andorra la Vella, located near the Gran Valira river and 2 km away from the capital, Andorra la Vella.

Geography[edit]

To its west are the mountain villages of Aixàs, Bixessarri, and Canòlic in Andorra, and Os de Civís in Spain.[citation needed]

Notable buildings[edit]

It houses a historic church that was nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage site on 22 February 1999 in the Cultural category.[2]

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