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Subject: List of municipalities in Lleida, Municipalities of Catalonia, Divisiones Regionales de Fútbol in Catalonia, Seròs, Alfarràs
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Flag of Segrià
Coat of arms of Segrià
Coat of arms
Country  Spain
Autonomous community  Catalonia
Province Lleida
Capital Lleida
 • Total 1,396.4 km2 (539.2 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Total 209,768
 • Density 150/km2 (390/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Largest municipality Lleida

Segrià is a comarca (county) in the west of Catalonia, Spain, bordering Aragon. As of 2001, over two thirds of its population live in the capital city of Lleida, which is also Catalonia's largest municipality, and remains the most populated comarca in the Lleida province. It takes its name from the river Segre.


Municipality Population
Aitona 2,415 66.9
Els Alamús 769 20.5
Albatàrrec 2,139 10.5
Alcanó 242 21.0
Alcarràs 9,252 114.3
Alcoletge 3,270 16.7
Alfarràs 3,003 11.4
Alfés 315 31.9
Alguaire 3,093 50.1
Almacelles 6,699 49.0
Almatret 333 56.8
Almenar 3,547 66.6
Alpicat 6,297 15.3
Artesa de Lleida 1,508 23.9
Aspa 215 10.2
Benavent de Segrià 1,516 7.4
Corbins 1,400 21.0
Gimenells i el Pla de la Font 1,129 55.8
La Granja d'Escarp 972 38.5
Llardecans 497 66.0
Lleida 139,176 212.3
Maials 959 57.1
Massalcoreig 560 14.1
Montoliu de Lleida 515 7.3
La Portella 750 12.3
Puigverd de Lleida 1,411 12.5
Rosselló 3,021 9.9
Sarroca de Lleida 403 42.2
Seròs 1,887 85.8
Soses 1,754 30.2
Sudanell 872 8.7
Sunyer 307 12.7
Torre-serona 388 5.9
Torrebesses 291 27.4
Torrefarrera 4,512 23.5
Torres de Segre 2,301 50.6
Vilanova de la Barca 1,120 21.6
Vilanova de Segrià 930 8.5
• Total: 38 209,768 1,396.4


  1. ^ a b "El municipi en xifres". Institut d'Estadística de Catalunya. Retrieved 2015-05-25. 

External links

  • Official comarcal web site

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