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The municipality of Boñar is located in the province of León, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2010 census ( INE), the municipality has a population of 2,085 inhabitants with almost all of the residents living in the main town of Boñar. In addition to Boñar, the municipality includes the villages of Adrados, Barrio de las Ollas, Las Bodas, Cerecedo, Llama de Colle, Felechas, Grandoso, Orones, Oville, Poblado del Pantano, Rucayo, Valdecastillo, Valdehuesa, La Vega de Boñar, Veneros, Vozmediano, and Voznuevo. Most surrounding villages in the municipality of Boñar have between 10 and 30 permanent residents. A few larger villages may have as many as 250 villagers.

Bonar (name)

Bonar is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:


  • Andrew Bonar (1810–1892), minister
  • Bud Bonar (1906–1970), football player
  • Dan Bonar (born 1956), ice hockey player
  • Haley Bonar (born 1983), singer-songwriter
  • Horatius Bonar (1808–1889), poet and minister
  • Ian Bonar, actor
  • James Bonar (politician) (1840–1901), New Zealand merchant, shipping agent, company director and politician
  • James Bonar (civil servant) (1852–1941), Scottish civil servant, economist and historian
  • John Bonar, set decorator
  • Maureen Bonar, curler
  • Paul Bonar (born 1976), Scottish footballer
  • Thomas Bonar, publisher

Given name:

  • Bonar Bain (born 1923), actor
  • Bonar Colleano (1924–1958), actor
  • Bonar Law (1858–1923), politician