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En Puente Sardas, Sabiñánigo, llegando al puente sobre el río Gállego por la Avenida del Ejército, encontramos este pequeño y acogedor parque, que en esta época del año muestra sus mil tonalidades de ocres, amarillos, naranjas y marrones. Sabiñánigo se viste de Otoño, una de las estaciones más bonitas en la Comarca del Alto Gállego.

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