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San Salvador reservoir

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Dam of San Salvador projected maximum flood level in the Normal (NMN = 298.00 m), an area of ​​over 1,000 hectares, belonging to the Municipals Terms  Albalate, Belver de Cinca and Binaced (where most of the reservoir).

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A: San Salvador Dam

Par Jesús Ferrer, à 180 mètres

Dam of San Salvador projected maximum flood level in the Normal (NMN = 298.00 m), an area of ​​over 1...

San Salvador Dam

B: Santalecina church

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 5.3 km

Street from the church in Santalecina, Huesca. As in many other populations, the storks have "invaded...

Santalecina church

C: Albalate, square

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 6.1 km

Mayor square, Albalate de Cinca. In this square is the birthplace of a great voice, Miguel Fleta, the...

Albalate, square

D: Cinca River

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 6.2 km

Cinca river in its passage through the bridge of Alcolea. Despite his apparent calm, sometimes the wa...

Cinca River

E: Square, Binaced

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 6.4 km

Square of Spain in Binaced. Binaced located southeast of the province of Huesca, in the Comarca del C...

Square, Binaced

F: Binaced, church square

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 6.4 km

Church of San Marcos in Binaced, province of Huesca. We can see lque has a tower in the back. It is a...

Binaced, church square

G: Alcolea, placeta de Ramon J. Sender

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 7.7 km

Square dedicated to Ramón J. Sender in Alcolea de Cinca.

Alcolea, placeta de Ramon J. Sender

H: Alcolea, Square mosen Ramón Salas

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 7.8 km

Square Ramón Mossèn Halls Alcolea de Cinca. As in other small towns, the town hall and the church sha...

Alcolea, Square mosen Ramón Salas

I: Alcolea, Santa Cruz

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 8.1 km

Cinca valley from the viewpoint of the Alcolea's Santa Cruz.

Alcolea, Santa Cruz

J: Valonga, old tractors collection

Par Jesús Ferrer, A 8.2 km

Valonga farm is located in the municipality of Belver de Cinca. It produces wine, olive oil and nuts ...

Valonga, old tractors collection

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