Aragon is an autonomous community in the Northeast of Spain, which is divided into three provinces: Huesca, Zaragoza and Teruel.


It's surface is diverse, dominated by two huge mountainous systems: the Ibérico, located in great part in Teruel, the Pirenaico, that is in Huesca, and round it the central dip of Ebro's valley, which is placed in Zaragoza.



The climate is warm, owed to the small rains and it highlights the typical aragonist wind called "cierzo".

Aragon land is devoted to agricultural and cattle activities mostly, and the vegetation is directly related to the weather, standing out among others the pine trees.

About population Aragon is a place with very little density of population, being the second autonomous community less densely populated in Spain. The concentration of population in the province of Zaragoza gets the most varied sectors of the third economic sector: services, been thus the sector that gets most rent and employment, leaving other provinces more inhabited, the agricultural jobs, leading this to a minor level of industries in the second sector: industrial.



SITES MONUMENTS AND TOURISM FORM THE THIRD ECONOMIC SECTOR

Taking the personality of people in Aragon it's influenced by the importance of the most characteristic aragonist symbol: "El Pilar".



"EL PILAR"

Other aragonist symbol is the banner:

It's said:

"The aragonists are hard in the outside and soft in their inside"

And:

"Aragon has a hard soul but heart of glass".



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