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Pueblos deshabitados Huesca - Escusaguas
Spain

Uno de tantos pueblos deshabitados de la provincia de Huesca, concretamente, en la comarca del Alto Aragón. Está situada a una altura de 1060 metros, a 12 kilómetros de Caldearenas. Para llegar aqui, viniendo de Caldearenas, se pasa por los pueblos de San Vicente y Serué (Carretera de Sarve)

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Uploaded: 17/09/2011
Updated: 13/08/2014
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