Altitude: 716 m
The municipal district of Argençola, in the region of Anoia, occupies the fourth regional area in extension. They make up eight villages of Argençola, Clariana, Carbasí, Contrast, Ferran, Porquerisses, Santa Maria del Camí and Rocamora Plans and two depopulated Albarells and La Goda. It is located at its western end, on the border with La Segarra and Conca de Barberà.
As head of population, highlights Argençola neoclassical church dedicated to San Lorenzo and built with the stones of the old church dating from the eleventh century. It is located at the foot of today are the remains of the castle of Argençola.
The core is separated from Argençola Carbasí by the mill stream and river vines Anoia.
Clarian, considered the second term historical center, has its core around the church of St. Mary of Clarian where it is still a part of wall and tower of the ancient castle. The core of Albarells also preserves the church of St. Martin, which was restored in the seventeenth century and the remains of what were the paper mill and the lock used. Contrast The core is characterized by a medieval round tower attached to one of the farms, the farm of Cal Cortés and the small Romanesque church of Sant Maure. Within the nucleus of the Plans de Ferran found a dolmen.
The core of Porquerisses is known mainly because in his term elapses old road, a road recognized by the Camino de Santiago Montserrat going to Logroño.
Rocamora had been owned by the monastery of Montserrat and, very close, which is probably the remains of the ancient castle of Rocamora that called fortification of Sant Jaume de Viladaspis. It retains a portion of a wall and the houses in the town.
In addition, the core has an association called The trill and is formed by a group of people from different cores Argençola. Its aim is to preserve the natural, cultural, traditional and broadcast.
Each center town celebrates its own festival. For Argençola, he does Aug. 10, for San Lorenzo.
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It is an association formed by residents of Argençola (Anoia), which includes…