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Sallent Francia street
Spain

Sallent de Gallego is a town in the Pyrenees Oscense, in the Tena Valley, close to the dam of Lanuza and the ski resorts of Formigal and Panticosa.

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Uploaded: 19/08/2009
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Tags: sallent; huesca; aragon; spain; pyrenees; tena
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