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Morrano is located in Spain
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.


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.


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.



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


The egg of Morrano or the "Peña Falconera.

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

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