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Santa Coloma d'Andorra

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Santa Coloma d'Andorra

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:
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: , locally: ) 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

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

Notable buildings

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

Notes and references

  1. ^ Santa Coloma of Andorra
  2. ^ Ensemble historique de Santa Coloma - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

See also

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