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Tierra del Pan

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Tierra del Pan


Tierra del Pan (Land of Bread) is a comarca located in the center of the province of Zamora, western Spain. It belongs to the Autonomous Community of Castile and León. The city of Zamora, capital of the province, is included in this comarca.[1]

Despite of the strong identity of its inhabitants, this historical region has not been able to achieve the necessary legal recognition for its administrative development. Therefore its municipalities have resorted to organizing themselves in mancomunidad, the only legal formula that has allowed the region to manage its public municipal resources meaningfully. The comarca has a total of about 76,000 inhabitants.

The Tierra del Pan comarca has a surface of 849.59 km². Its geography is typical of the Meseta Central.

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  • Información y fotos de la comarca Tierra del Pan
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