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Sala de plenos ayuntamiento de sabinanigo
Spain

Salòn de Plenos del Ayuntamiento de Sabiñánigo. Este municipio es capital de la Comarca del Alto Gállego, conocida como "La Puerta de los Pirineos". Tiene una ubicación privilegida al estar muy cerca de dos preciosos valles pirenáicos, el Valle de Tena por un lado, y tan solo a 17 kilómetros de Jaca, en el Valle del Aragón.

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