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Iglesia de ibort vista exterior
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La iglesia de Ibort, pertenece al estilo románico típico del Alto Aragón. el pueblo cuenta con alrededor de 60 habitantes censados. El pueblo se ha recuperado y los edificios han sido restaurados repstando la máximo las características arquitectónicas de la zona.

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