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Formigal iglesia rom nica 1
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Enclavada en un entorno espectacular, con vistas a las pistas de la estación de esquí de Formigal, se encuentra la iglesia románica o mozárabe-lombardo que, en su día, fué la parroquial del Salvador, en la localidad de Basarán, municipio también del Alto Gállego hoy día despoblado. La construcción se trasladó a Formigal piedra a pìedra.

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Uploaded: 13/10/2012
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