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Gavin, Valle de Tena
Spain

Gavín se encuentra a escasos 5 kilómetros de Huesca, en dirección a Ordesa. Un espectacular pueblo, muy limpio y cuidado. Destaca la decoración de todas sus edificaciones, con flores en balcones y ventanas. Un ejemplo de la arquitectura típica del Pirineo Aragones

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