Logroño is a city in northern Spain, on the Ebro River. It is the capital of the autonomous community of La Rioja, formerly known as La Rioja Province. The city is a centre of the trade in Rioja wine, for which the area is noted, and also produces wood, metal, and textile products. The population of Logroño counts 151.444 inhabitants (1 January 2015) and it’s made up of 75,98% of Spanish born and 24,02% of foreigners. Among the foreigners, the biggest group is Romanian (3,98% of the total population), followed by Colombian (2,56%), Moroccan (2,19%) and Pakistani (1,76%).