Nalda

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Nalda is a municipality and locality with a population of around 1,100 people.  It was the scene of a famous battle in 844 during the Reconquista, with the area finally having a settlement by 1040. From 1983 until 2003, PSOE was in charge at the local town hall.  After that, Partido Popular came to power and have remained in city government.

History

Around ten same-sex marriages took place in La Rioja within the first twelve months of same-sex marriage being legal in Spain. One of those weddings took place in Nalda, and was between gay men Carlos and Ángel.[1]

Works Cited

Terra Actualidad – Vocento/VMT. (2006, September 6). La Rioja registra diez bodas homosexuales tras un año de vigencia de la Ley. Terra Actualidad. Retrieved from https://web.archive.org/web/20070602102030/http://actualidad.terra.es/provincias/rioja/articulo/rioja_ley_registra_bodas_homosexuales_1069298.htm


[1] (Terra Actualidad – Vocento/VMT, 2006)

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