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Piedrafita refugio
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Mañana de invierno en las cercanías de Piedrafita de Jaca, a los pies de la mítica Peña Telera. En estos días se han acumulado capas de nieve de aproximadamente un metro de espesor. La nieve es el motor de la economía del Valle de Tena y este año, ha sido sin duda un excelente año de nieves.

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Uploaded: 05/03/2013
Updated: 13/08/2014
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