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San Martín del Rey Aurelio
El Entrego Wikipedia
El Entrego (Asturian: L'Entregu, "the surrender") is a town and urban center in San Martín del Rey Aurelio, Asturias, Spain. In September 2007, by a decree of the Principality of Asturias, El Entrego joined the adjacent Sotrondio and Blimea to form a single population center of San Martin del Rey name Aurelio as a homonymous municipality. In 2008, legislation was passed that established the official name of the town as bilingual, being thereafter known as L'Entregu. According to the Gazetteer of 2009, the population was 7,346 in El Entrego and the combined population within the parish of Linares was 9,177.
The towns contains a main urban grid layout and several adjacent neighborhoods. The entrance to the town is known as the neighborhood Fradera (also Fielato). Landmarks include Park La Laguna and Iglesia de San Andrés. The Mining Museum of Asturias is located in the San Vicente neighborhood; it is the second most visited museum in Asturias. Nalón Road runs parallel with Nalón River. L'Entregu CF is the local football club.