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La Roca del Vallés

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La Roca del Vallés, oficialmente y en catalán La Roca del Vallès, es un municipio español, de la comunidad autónoma de Cataluña, en la provincia de Barcelona, dentro de la comarca del Vallés Oriental. Pertenece al partido jurídico de Granollers.

El municipio está situado en el cruce del antiguo Camino Real (ahora autopista hacia Francia AP-7), y la carretera interior de la costa A-2 y conecta entre las dos vías por la carretera C-60. La Roca del Vallés está situada en el valle mediano del Mogent, accidentado en el este por las vertientes interiores de la Cordillera Litoral (534 msnm), sector donde se localizan los bosques de pinos y encinas (2.427 hectáreas).
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