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Polituara, Despoblados Valle de Tena
Spain

Polituara, situado a unos 6 kilómetros al norte de Biescas, es un pueblo deshabitado como consecuencia de la construcción del Pantano de Búbal. Llegó a ser un centro medianamente importante de transacciones comerciales. En pie sigue lo que fue un ajetreado bar-hostal, la modesta iglesia y poco más. 

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Uploadet: 12/10/2011
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