Albarrac

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Albarracín
... Albarracín is Spanish town, in the province of Teruel, part of the autonomous community of Aragon ... Albarracín is the capital of the mountainous Sierra de Albarracín Comarca Albarracín is a picturesque town surrounded by stony hills and the town was declared a Monumento ... The Sierra de Albarracín mountain range rises to the south and west of the town ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Albarracín - History (1173-1852) - Diocese of Albarracín (1571 or 1577-1852)
1571 Francisco Soto Salazar being bishop of Segorbe-Albarracín, the Diocese of Albarracín was separated from Segorbe ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Segorbe-Castellón - History
... In 1172 Pedro Ruiz de Azagra, son of the Lord of Estella, took the city of Albarracín, and succeeded in establishing there a bishop (Martín), who took the title of Arcabricense, and afterwards that of ... In this way, the city of Albarracín became the seat of the bishops of Segorbe ... its church was purified, and Jimeno, Bishop of Albarracín, took possession of it ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Teruel And Albarracín - History - Diocese of Teruel-Albarracín (1852-1984)
... In 1851 or 1852 the see became Diocese of Teruel-Albarracín (probably as a consequence of the Concordat of 1851 suppressing the Diocese of Albarracín) ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Albarracín - Bishops of Albarracín (1577-1852)
1259-1576 See Diocese of Segorbe-Albarracín. 1852-1984 See Diocese of Teruel-Albarracín. 1985-today See Diocese of Teruel and Albarracín ...