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Calle de oriente santa cilia
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Santa Cilia, localidad de la Jacetania, Alto Aragón, situada en el Valle del río Aragón, a 8 kilómetros de Jaca. Pueblo con sabor pirenáico y residencia temporal de pilotos de vuelo a vela, dada la cercanía al Aeródromo del mismo nombre.

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