Ports de Morella

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Map of the historical extent of the Ports de Morella according to Emili Beüt[1]
View of Morella

Ports de Morella (Spanish: Los Puertos de Morella), is a historical Valencian comarca. It takes its name from the city of Morella, its capital and the only place in the region having been granted the title of 'city'.[2]

It mostly overlaps with the present-day Ports comarca except for the municipal areas surrounding Catí and Vilafranca that were excluded from the present-day Ports administrative division.

See also[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Juan Piqueras, Geografia de les comarques valencianes, Foro Ediciones SL, Valencia 1995. ISBN 84-8186-018-2
  • Mª José Ribera Ortún & Bernardí Cabrer Borrás, Los desequilibrios espaciales: Una comarcalización del Pais Valenciano. Ed. Institut de Estudios de Administración Local. Valencia, 1979.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Emili Beüt i Belenguer, Comarques naturals del Regne de València, Valecia 1934
  2. ^ La Ciudad de Morella

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