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Panoramic view of Albarracin from the top of the wall

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Albarracín is Spanish town, in the province of Teruel, part of the autonomous community of Aragon. According to the 2007 census (INE), the municipality had a population of 1075 inhabitants. Albarracín is the capital of the mountainous Sierra de Albarracín Comarca[1] Albarracín is a picturesque town surrounded by stony hills and the town was declared a Monumento Nacional in 1961.


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Text by Steve Smith.

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