Calle de la Iglesia
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Calle de la Iglesia

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la iglesia parroquial de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción se encuentra situada en esta calle, la calle de la Iglesia, desde la que se tiene una bonita vista de Sallent de Gállego

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A: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción

by Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 20 meters away

Iglesia de estilo gótico tardío del siglo XVI. Fue modificada sobre la base de una primitiva construc...

Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción


by Ricardo Pi, 70 meters away



C: Sallent de Gallego, River Clean Water

by Jesús Ferrer, 70 meters away

Sallent de Gallego is a town in the Pyrenees Oscense, in the Tena Valley, close to the dam of Lanuza ...

Sallent de Gallego, River Clean Water

D: Sallent Francia street

by Jesús Ferrer, 200 meters away

Sallent de Gallego is a town in the Pyrenees Oscense, in the Tena Valley, close to the dam of Lanuza ...

Sallent  Francia street

E: Sallent de Gallego

by Jesús Ferrer, 230 meters away

Sallent de Gallego. The population of the province of Huesca is located in the Pyrenees, not far away...

Sallent de Gallego

F: Sallent de Gallego City Hall

by Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 240 meters away

Sallent City Hall. Center of the city, just beside the Valle de Tena Square. On winter time Sallent p...

Sallent de Gallego City Hall

G: Grandpa's Basement

by Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 370 meters away

Let's go back to the past... Everything you can imagine could be found here... old stuff, these kind ...

Grandpa's Basement

H: Formigal Valle Tena

by Jesús Ferrer, 2.1 km away

Tena valley since Formigal. 

Formigal Valle Tena

I: Lanuza church

by Jesús Ferrer, 2.2 km away

In the 70s, Lanuza lost its entire population by the construction of the reservoir that bears his nam...

Lanuza church


by Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 2.3 km away

Enclavada en un entorno espectacular, con vistas a las pistas de la estación de esquí de Formigal, se...

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