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Lagunilla is a municipality in the Province of Salamanca, Spain. It is 95 km from the provincial capital of Salamanca.

It is bordered by Aldeacipreste, Colmenar de Montemayor, Valdelageve, Sotoserrano and Zarza de Granadilla.

In 2005 it counted 560 inhabitants, of which 300 were male and 260 were female (figures from the INE [1] as of Jan 1, 2005) in an area of 42.52 km². Its altitude is 910 m above sea level.

Its postal code is 37724.

The 15th of August is the big festival of the town, which celebrates the "Virgen of the Ascension". After this, no other festival is as important as that of September 14–15, "The Holy Christ of the Afflicted".

Migration to Lagunilla:

Lots of Romanians migrated to Lagunilla and most of them work as farmers in the countryside.

There is one Syrian dentist and one Palestinian Engineer censored in Lagunilla as well

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