Anguta

Anguta

Anguta

Anguta
Bandera de Anguta
Bandera
Escudo de Anguta
Escudo
País Flag of Spain.svg España
• Com. Autónoma Flag of La Rioja (with coat of arms).svg La Rioja
• Provincia Flag of La Rioja (with coat of arms).svg La Rioja
• Comarca Rioja Alta
Ubicación 42°20′N 3°05′O / 42.333, -3.08342°20′N 3°05′O / 42.333, -3.083
• Altitud 1.181 msnm
• Distancia 74 km a Logroño
Población 0 hab.
• Densidad n/d hab./km²
Código postal 26288

Anguta es una aldea de La Rioja, perteneciente al municipio de Valgañón,que se encuentra deshabitada y lleva décadas abandonada.

El único edificio aún reconocible es su iglesa, la Iglesia parroquial de la Asunción. Se trata de un edificio de mampostería en ruinas. Está situada en un paraje que posiblemente fue cementerio medieval, con tumbas antropomorfas excavadas en la piedra arenisca.

El vecino pueblo de Valgañón compró su término para el pasto de ganado vacuno, que pace en la Dehesa de Valgañón.

Antiguamente contaba con terrazas para el cultivo del cereal, que ahora son campos invadidos por brezos.

Véase también

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