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Linares (San Martín)

Linares is one of five parishes (administrative divisions) in San Martín del Rey Aurelio, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of Asturias, in northern Spain.

It is 10.68 km2 (4.12 sq mi) in size, with a population of 9,273 (INE 2005).

Villages and hamlets

  • Abonion
  • Arbejil
  • Artosa
  • Barredo
  • Bedavo
  • Campa Labeduriu
  • Carrocera
  • Castañera
  • Ciñera
  • Cotariella de Escobio
  • El Candanal
  • El Collado
  • El Entrego
  • El Felguerón
  • El Fresno
  • El Jardín
  • El Mayao
  • El Meruxeo
  • El Rebollal
  • El Sotón
  • El Trabanquín
  • Escobio
  • Goyano
  • La Acebal
  • La Bornadina
  • La Cabaña
  • La Cabañina
  • La Cantera
  • La Cascaya
  • La Caseta
  • La Casona
  • La Central
  • La Corca
  • La Fayona
  • La Figar
  • La Granja
  • La Juliana
  • La Llaniella
  • La Llave
  • La Lloseta
  • La Nespral
  • La Noal
  • La Pontona
  • La Rebollada
  • La Revenga
  • La Rotella de Bedavo
  • La Tejerina
  • La Traviesa
  • La Vallina
  • La Viña
  • Lantero
  • Las Roces
  • Las Vilorteras
  • Llaneces del Rey Moró
  • Llugarín de Abajo
  • Llugarín de Arriba
  • Los Carbazales
  • Los Cigueñales
  • Los Corrales
  • Los Fornos
  • Los Llagos
  • Los Rebollos
  • Los Valles
  • Otariello
  • Otariz
  • Paniceres de San Andrés
  • Pelonegro
  • Perlada
  • Pipe
  • Poladura
  • Pumarabin
  • Pumarin
  • Rozada
  • San Vicente
  • Sorriego
  • Valle de Bedavo
  • Valleya
  • Venta del Aire
  • Villacedré y Llano Martín
  • Vistalegre

Coordinates: 43°13′00″N 5°44′00″W / 43.216667°N 5.733333°W / 43.216667; -5.733333

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