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Sallent de Gallego
Spain

Sallent de Gallego.


The population of the province of Huesca is located in the Pyrenees, not far away from France.

Next to other people Lanuza. Between these two locations, is held every year, "South Pyrenees, where in a weeks are also many of the best musicians in the world.

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Copyright: Jesús ferrer
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Uploaded: 22/07/2009
Updated: 10/11/2012
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Tags: sallent; lanuza; pyrenees; pirineos; aragon; spain
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