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Despoblados huesca barangua viejo
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En la actualidad este despoblado pertenece al municipio de Sabiñánigo, aunque en el pasado perteneció al de Orna de Gállego. Todavía se mantiene en pie la Iglesia barroca del siglo XVIII. El pueblo censaba 20 habitantes en el año 1950, y quedó despoblado definitivamente en la década de los 60 (Cristian Laglera)

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