Andújar

From Vincentian Encyclopedia

Andújar, a town in southern Spain, in the territory of Andalusia, in the province of Jaén; on the right bank Guadalquivir river. It is about 30 miles east of Córdoba.

Its 2007 population was 38,769. Pottery and water cooling jars made of porous stone are made in Andújar.

The Project “Welcome and Integration of Transients” in Andújar received a Systemic Change Award; see 2007 Systemic Change Award - Andújar

Web site for Andújar