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Albalate, square
Spain

Mayor square, Albalate de Cinca. In this square is the birthplace of a great voice, Miguel Fleta, the city and the tower. This population belongs to the region of the Cinca Medio.

Copyright: Jesús ferrer
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Uploaded: 15/10/2009
Updated: 23/09/2014
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Tags: castle; fleta; albalate; cinca; huesca; aragon; spain
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