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Sant Guim de Freixenet

Sant Guim de Freixenet

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Sant Guim de Freixenet
Sant Guim de Freixenet
Location in Catalonia

Coordinates: 41°39′27″N 1°25′19″E / 41.65750°N 1.42194°E / 41.65750; 1.42194Coordinates: 41°39′27″N 1°25′19″E / 41.65750°N 1.42194°E / 41.65750; 1.42194

Country  Spain
Community  Catalonia
Province Lleida
Comarca Segarra
 • Total 25.1 km2 (9.7 sq mi)
Elevation 738 m (2,421 ft)
Population (2007)
 • Total 1,126
 • Density 45/km2 (120/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Sant Guim de Freixenet is a municipality in the comarca of la Segarra in Catalonia, Spain.


Owing to the intense military activity at the Lleida front, this municipality suffered much during the Spanish Civil War (1936 - 39).

At that time it was known as Pineda de Segarra and, owing to the hardships caused by the war, paper money was printed in the town.[1] The present-day main town was formerly known as Sant Guim de l'Estació because it was built around the railway station of the Lleida - Manresa line.

Nowadays many of the villages that make up the municipality have been depopulated as people have moved to urban areas. Most have only residual population.


  • Altadill, 0
  • Amorós, 10
  • El Castell de Santa Maria, 12
  • Freixenet de Segarra, 44
  • Melió, 6
  • Palamós 0
  • La Rabassa, 26
  • Sant Domí, 21
  • Sant Guim de Freixenet, 868
  • Sant Guim de la Rabassa, 22
  • La Tallada, 48


External links

  • Pàgina web de l'ajuntament
  • Dades de la Generalitat sobre Sant Guim de Freixenet
  • Dades de l'Institut d'Estadística de Catalunya
  • Dades generals de l'ajuntament
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