|coat of arms||Map of Spain|
|Autonomous Community :||Aragon|
|Comarca :||Bajo Aragon|
|Area :||33.50 km²|
|Residents :||186 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Population density :||5.55 inhabitants / km²|
|Postal code :||44641|
|Municipality number ( INE ):||44230|
|Official language :||spanish and catalan|
|Mayor :||Carlos Eugenio Martín Silvestre (PSOE)|
|Website :|| (not official)|
Torrevelilla ( Catalan : La Torre de Vilella ) is a Spanish municipality in the province of Teruel in the Autonomous Region of Aragón . It is located around 17 kilometers south of Alcañiz in the Comarca Bajo Aragón (Baix Aragó) in the predominantly Catalan-speaking area of Franja de Aragón . On January 1, 2019, the community had 186 inhabitants.
The community lies on a plain at the foot of the Sierra de San Marcos.
In 1611 the parish was established. The place was under the order of Calatrava and was constituted as an independent municipality in the 19th century. The place suffered damage during the Spanish Civil War.
Agriculture mainly produces olives, almonds and cereals, pigs, poultry, goats and sheep are also raised.
- The church of Santa Quiteria, rebuilt until 1953 after the Spanish Civil War .
- town hall
- Houses Ruiz and Conrado Vallés
- Two wash houses
- Hermitage of San Joaquín
- The former home of Pelegrina Vallés with an ethnological exhibition.
- Cifras oficiales de población resultantes de la revisión del Padrón municipal a 1 de enero . Population statistics from the Instituto Nacional de Estadística (population update).