Morrano

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Morrano
Morrano is located in Spain
Morrano
Morrano
Location of Morrano
Coordinates: 42°11′53″N 0°6′23″W / 42.19806°N 0.10639°W / 42.19806; -0.10639Coordinates: 42°11′53″N 0°6′23″W / 42.19806°N 0.10639°W / 42.19806; -0.10639
Country Spain Spain
Autonomous Community  Aragon
Province Flag of Huesca (province).svg Huesca
Comarcas of Aragon Somontano de Barbastro
Municipality Bierge
Elevation 640 m (2,100 ft)
Population (2010)
 • Total 46
Postcode 22141
Website City hall of Bierge

Morrano is a village in the municipality of Bierge, in the northwest comarca of Somontano de Barbastro in province of Huesca, Aragon, Spain. According to the 2010 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 46 inhabitants.

Geography[edit]

View of the village.

It is situated at 640 meters altitude, in the pre-Pyrenees, near the village is the river Alcanadre and a pine forest. Inside of his municipal area is the Sierra y Cañones de Guara Natural Park too.

The vegetation is the olive, the almond, the juniper and the holm oak.

History[edit]

In 1097 Peter, Bishop of Huesca, gave the monastery of S. Ponce de Turners Labatella churches, Morrano, Yaso and Panzano. In 1213 is villa. In 1887 had 78 homes.

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Demographics[edit]

Historical population of Morrano
Year 1877 1900 1950 1981 2001 2004 2006 2008 2010
Population 416 358 228 96 51 48 48 47 46

Sport[edit]

The egg of Morrano or the "Peña Falconera.

[2] Around the village can practice canyoning and hiking.

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