Santa Marta di Penagián ( port. Santa Marta de Penaguião ; [ 'sɐ̃tɐ' maɾtɐ dɨ pɨnɐgi'ɐ̃ũ ]) is an urban-type village in Portugal , the center of the municipality of the same name as part of the Vila Real district. According to the old administrative division, it was part of the province of Traz-u-Montish and Altu-Douro . Included in the economic and statistical subregion of Douro , which is part of the Northern region . The population is 1.3 thousand inhabitants (village), 8.6 thousand inhabitants (municipality) in 2001 . It covers an area of 70 km².
|Santa Marta di Penagian|
|port. Santa marta de penaguião|
|Historical area||Traz-u-Montish and Altu Douro|
|Area||Santa Marta de Penagian|
|Internal division||10 districts|
|The mayor||Francisco José Ribeiro|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC0 , summer UTC + 1|
|Population||8569 people ( 2001 )|
|Density||122 people / km²|
|Katoykonim||Penaguiense ou penaguiota|
|Postcode||5030 Santa Marta de Penaguião|
The patron saint of the village is St. Marta ( port. Santa Marta ). Village holiday - January 13 .
The village is located 12 km south of adm. Downtown area of Vila Real .
The municipality borders:
- in the north and east - municipality of Vila Real
- in the south - the municipality of Pesu da Regua
- in the west - the municipality of Amarante
The village was founded in 1202 .
|Municipality population by years|
|10 731||8535||11 422||12 532||13,282||11 194||9703||8569||8400|
Composition of the municipality
The municipality includes the following areas:
- Alvasoys do Corgo
- São João Batiste de Lobrigos
- San Miguel de Lobrigos
- Vila Real (county)
- Municipalities of Vila Real County
- Districts of Vila Real County