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Vista Hoz de Jaca
Spain

An awesome landscape of "Sierra Tendeñera", "La Partacua" viewed from the other side of the Tena Valley (Hoz de Jaca). Just in front of this point is located Lacuniacha Park

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Uploaded: 21/08/2011
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