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Santa Bárbara (San Martín)

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Santa Bárbara (San Martín)

Santa Bárbara 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 18.51 km2 (7.15 sq mi) in size, with a population of 533 (INE 2005).

Villages and hamlets

  • Batán (El Batán)
  • Canto las Matas (El Cantu Les Mates)
  • Casanueva (Casa Nueva)
  • Casacima (La Casa Cima)
  • Casas de Abajo (Les Cases de Baxo)
  • Cruz (La Cruz)
  • El Canto (El Cantu)
  • El Collado Escobal (El Colláu Escobal)
  • El Corralón
  • El Costayo (El Costayu)
  • El Edrado (L'Hedráu)
  • El Escobal (L'Escobal)
  • El Molino (El Molín)
  • El Pradón (El Praón)
  • Riocerezal (El Riocerezal)
  • El Vericioso (El Bericiusu)
  • La Casuca
  • La Caya
  • La Espesura
  • La Estaca
  • La Gallega
  • La Nespral
  • La Pared (La Paré)
  • La Potoxa
  • La Rebollada (La Robellá)
  • La Restinga
  • La Zorea (L'Azorea)
  • Las Argayadas (Les Argayaes)
  • Los Caleyos
  • Miera de Arriba (Miera Riba)
  • Paniceres
  • Perabeles de Abajo (Perabeles)
  • Perabeles de Arriba (Les C a. C.ima)
  • Riocerezalero (El Rezaleru)
  • Santa Bárbara (Santa Bárbola)
  • Sayetas (Les Sayetes)
  • Seca del Agua (La Seca l'Agua)
  • Socavón
  • Vallicalagua (La Vallica l'Agua)
  • Veró


Coordinates: 43°15′00″N 5°37′00″W / 43.25°N 5.616667°W / 43.25; -5.616667

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