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Paternoy interior ruinas iglesia
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Paternoy, despoblado situado en La comarca de La Jacetania, en el límite con la comarca de la Hoya de Huesca. El pueblo quedó definitivamente despoblado en los años 60. De la iglesia románica solo quedan muros, en los que todavía se aprecian restos de policromias.

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