Tíjola is a municipality of Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.

Tíjola, Spain
Flag of Tíjola, Spain

Official seal of Tíjola, Spain

Coordinates: 37°20′N 2°26′W / 37.333°N 2.433°WCoordinates: 37°20′N 2°26′W / 37.333°N 2.433°W
Autonomous CommunityAndalusia
 • Total70 km2 (30 sq mi)
693 m (2,274 ft)
 • Total3,569
 • Density51/km2 (130/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)


In antiquity, Tíjola was the Phoenician colony of Tagilit (Phoenician: 𐤕‬𐤂𐤋𐤕‬, TGLT, or 𐤕‬𐤂𐤋𐤉𐤕‬, TGLYT).[2]


Historical population
Source: INE (Spain)



  1. ^ "Municipal Register of Spain 2018". National Statistics Institute. Retrieved 11 April 2019.
  2. ^ Mora Serrano (2011), p. 28.


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2009–10 LEB Plata season

The 2009–10 LEB Plata season was the 10th season of the LEB Plata, second league of the Liga Española de Baloncesto and third division in Spain. It was also named Adecco Plata for sponsorship reasons.

2010–11 LEB Plata season

The 2010–11 LEB Plata season is the 11th season of the LEB Plata, second league of the Liga Española de Baloncesto and third division in Spain. It is also named Adecco Plata for sponsorship reasons.

Almanzora (river)

The Almanzora River (Spanish: Río Almanzora) is a river in the province of Almería in Andalusia, Spain.

The Almanzora river rises on the northern slope of the Sierra de Los Filabres on the border between the provinces of Granada and Almeria. It passes through the cities of Seron, Tíjola, Purchena Cantoria, Albox, Arboleas and Zurgena, and passes near the town of Huercal Overa, through the town of Cuevas del Almanzora before emptying into the Mediterranean Sea in Punta del Rio, between Palomares and Villaricos, after a journey of 90 kilometres (56 mi).

Sometimes it becomes swollen as in September 2012. A previous flood occurred in October 1973.

The Almanzora basin is bounded to the south by the Sierra de los Filabres, which rises to 2,168 metres (7,113 ft). Other highlights are the Tetica Bacares at 2,080 metres (6,820 ft) and Dos Picos at 2,086 metres (6,844 ft). To the south, neighboring watersheds are those of Andarax River (via the Nacimiento River and the Rambla de Tabernas ), the Rio de Aguas and Antas river.

To the west and north, it is bounded by the Sierra de las Estancias, which includes the Sierra de Lúcar at 1,722 metres (5,650 ft), the Sierra del Madroñal at 1,350 metres (4,430 ft), the Sierra de Oria at 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) and the Sierra del Saliente at 1,450 metres (4,760 ft). To the west, adjoining watersheds is that of the Guadalquivir (via the Rio de Baza and rio Guardal joining the Guadalquivir river Guadiana Menor via rio).

To the east it is bounded by the top of Cabezo de la Jara at 1,246 metres (4,088 ft), by the Sierra de Enmedio which rises to 856 metres (2,808 ft) at Cerro del Medro, by the Sierra de la Almenara at 639 metres (2,096 ft) and the Almagrera sierra, which rises to 367 metres (1,204 ft) at Mount Tenerife. Toward the north and east, the watershed is that of Segura (via the rambla de Chirivel and rio Guadalentin).

The Ancient Romans called it the Surbo, from Latin flumen superbum, "superb river", for its terrible floods. Its present name derives from the Arabic al-Mansura (المنصورة), "place of victory".

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