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|• Total||21.37 km2 (8.25 sq mi)|
|Elevation||569 m (1,867 ft)|
|• Density||13.2/km2 (34/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
La Portellada (Spanish: [la poɾteˈʎaða]; Catalan: [lə puɾtəˈʎaðə]) is a municipality in the Matarraña/Matarranya comarca, province of Teruel, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 277 inhabitants.
- Olive trees, olive oil is a major source of income for this town, the oil belongs to the Denomination of Origin Aragon.
- Almonds are another source of income.
- Sheep and goats
- Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian
- Chapel of San Miguel (recreation area)
- Piton de San Pedro Martir
- Virgen del Portillo
- Former "Waterfall mill" (Molí del Salt)
- "The Waterfall" (El Salt). A waterfall in the Tastavins river, about 20 feet high.
- "Gavella Pi" (Pine Gavella)
- "Torreta de Ferro" (Iron Tower)
- Celebrations in Honor of San Cosme and San Damian on September 27, and San Miguel on September 29th
- San Anton January 17
- St. Agatha on February 5
- San Pedro Mártir April 29
- First Easter (Easter Monday)
- Second Passover
- Olives of the Portellada
- Cured ham (D.O. Jamón de Teruel)
- Rosca de tallaes (cake with chunks of marinated beef), typical of Easter
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