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Gran Facha
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Gran Facha o Cúspide de Bachimaña es un pico fronterizo entre España y Francia de 3.005 m de altura. Este pico es centro orográfico de los circos Marcadau, Piedrafita y Bachimaña, rodeado de numerosos lagos(ibones).

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Updated: 28/08/2012
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