Anadia ( port. Anadia ; [ ɐnɐ'diɐ ]) - a city in Portugal , the center of the municipality of the same name in the district of Aveiro . It is part of a large metropolitan area Big Aveiro . According to the old administrative division, it was part of the province of Beira Litoral . Included in the economic and statistical subregion Baishu-Vouga , which is part of the Central region . Population - 3.0 thousand inhabitants (city), 31.7 thousand inhabitants (municipality). It covers an area of 216.60 km².
|Historical area||Beira Litoral|
|Internal division||15 districts|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC0 , summer UTC + 1|
|Density||146.2 people / km²|
The patron saint of the city is São Paíu .
- 1 Location
- 2 History
- 3 population
- 4 Composition of the municipality
- 5 notes
- 6 References
The city is located 29 km southeast of the administrative center of the county of Aveiro .
The municipality borders:
- in the north - municipality of Ageda
- in the east - Mortagua Municipality
- in the south - the municipalities of Mealhada , Kantanyede
- in the west - the municipality of Kantanyede
- in the northwest - the municipality of Oliveira do Bairo
The city was founded in 1514 .
|Municipality population by years|
|5761||17 161||23,245||29,039||29,820||28,899||31,545||31 671||31,660|
Composition of the municipality
The municipality includes the following areas:
- Amoreira da Gandara
- Avellans de Caminho
- Avellans de Sima
- Paredes do Bairo
- Sao lawrence do bairo
- Vila Nova de Monsarrush
- Vilarinho do Bairo
- Oish do bairo