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Iglesia de ibort vista exterior
Spain

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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