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Despoblados huesca larrosa
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Piedras y muros destrozados, testigos mudos de la historia de un pueblo... ningún vestigio de vida... casas en las que ni siquiera es posible imaginar una sencilla distribución... solo maleza y piedras caídas. Larrosa, el pueblo perdido en La Garcipollera.

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