Carrazeda de Ansiães
|Carrazeda de Ansiães|
|Concelho :||Carrazeda de Ansiães|
|Coordinates :||41 ° 14 ′ N , 7 ° 18 ′ W|
|Residents:||1701 (as of June 30, 2011)|
|Surface:||8.96 km² (as of January 1, 2010)|
|Population density :||190 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||5140|
|Mayor :||José João da Silva (PS)|
|Address of the municipal administration:||Junta de Freguesia de Carrazeda de Ansiães
Carrazeda Ansiães Fonte Longa
5140-142 Fonte Longa CRZ
|Carrazeda de Ansiães county|
|Residents:||6373 (as of June 30, 2011)|
|Surface:||279.23 km² (as of January 1, 2010)|
|Population density :||23 inhabitants per km²|
|Number of municipalities :||14th|
|Administration address:||Município de Carrazeda de Ansiães
Rua Jerónimo Barbosa
5140-077 Carrazeda de Ansiães
|President of the Câmara Municipal:||José Luís Correia|
Carrazeda de Ansiães is a municipality ( Freguesia ) and small town ( Vila ) in Portugal with 1701 inhabitants (as of June 30, 2011). The district of the same name belongs to the wine-growing region of the Alto Douro , the oldest protected wine-growing region in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001 .
Antas and petroglyphs show that the area was settled from the Neolithic , through the Stone Age , Bronze Age and Iron Age , until the arrival of the Romans in the 2nd century BC. BC, who expanded the place into a city and called Aquas Quintianas . They were followed by the Visigoths and Suebi , who incorporated the place into the administrative district of Pagus Auneco and the following Valiato de Alfândica .
With the arrival of the Moors , the place became a strategic base for the Arabs . In the course of the Reconquista , Ferdinand I also conquered Ansiães, to which he gave first city rights in the 11th century. After the independence of the Kingdom of Portugal , Portugal's first king, D.Afonso Henriques , gave the place Portuguese city rights for the first time in 1160, which were confirmed by King D.Sancho I in 1198 and by King D.Afonso II in 1219 . In 1277 King D.Afonso III. him additional market rights.
In 1510 King Manuel I renewed the town charter . A large number of citizens from Ansiães accompanied King Sebastian on his campaign to North Africa, where they were killed in the battle of Alcácer-Quibir in 1578 . As a result of this population decline, the city went into decline. In 1734 the seat of the district changed from Ansiães to the nearby Carrazede. The current name was also created according to the merging of the district town.
Carrazeda de Ansiães is the seat of a district of the same name ( concelho ). On June 30, 2011 the district had 6,373 inhabitants on an area of 279.2 km².
The neighboring areas are (starting clockwise in the north): Mirandela , Vila Flor , Torre de Moncorvo , Vila Nova de Foz Côa , São João da Pesqueira , Alijó and Murça .
With the regional reform in September 2013, several municipalities were merged into new municipalities, so that the number of municipalities decreased from 19 to 14.
The following municipalities ( Freguesias ) are in the Carrazeda de Ansiães district:
population / km²
|Amedo e Zedes||462||23.43||20th||040320|
|Belver e Mogo de Malta||433||19.80||22nd||040321|
|Carrazeda de Ansiães||1,701||8.96||190||040304|
|Castanheiro do Norte e Ribalonga||519||20.70||25th||040322|
|Lavandeira, Beira Grande e Selores||447||36.39||12||040323|
|Pinhal do Norte||263||16.81||16||040313|
|Seixo de Ansiães||290||23.99||12||040316|
|Vilarinho da Castanheira||415||28.26||15th||040318|
|Carrazeda de Ansiães county||6,373||279.23||23||0403|
|Number of inhabitants in Carrazeda de Ansiães County (1801–2011)|
- last Friday in August
sons and daughters of the town
- Lopo Vaz de Sampaio (1480–1534), military, 1526–29 governor of Portuguese India
- António Luís de Freitas (1855–1926), lawyer, republican politician
- João José de Freitas (1873–1915), lawyer, republican politician
- Manuel Múrias (1900–1960), author and publicist, politician of the Estado Novo regime
- Altino Pinto de Magalhães (* 1922), general, politician in the Azores
- Eurico Augusto Cebolo (* 1938), composer, musician and writer
- Edite Estrela (* 1949), socialist politician
- Map of the Freguesia Carrazeda de Ansiães at the Instituto Geográfico do Exército
- Official website
- ↑ www.ine.pt - indicator resident population by place of residence and sex; Decennial in the database of the Instituto Nacional de Estatística
- ↑ a b Overview of code assignments from Freguesias on epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu
- ↑ Freguesia Carrazeda de Ansiães on cm-carrazedadeansiaes.pt, accessed on April 26, 2010
- ↑ Junta de Freguesia de Carrazeda de Ansiães ( page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. from portalnacional.com.pt, Portuguese, accessed April 26, 2010
- ↑ a b www.ine.pt - indicator resident population by place of residence and sex; Decennial in the database of the Instituto Nacional de Estatística
- ↑ www.verportugal.net , accessed February 9, 2013
- ^ Publication of the administrative reorganization in the Diário da República gazette of January 28, 2013, accessed on March 16, 2014