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Ruins of Atos Alto
Spain

Atos Alto is another deserted village of Huesca province. It is located about 3 kilometers North Guarga River and the A-1604 road (known as "La Guarguera"), Atos Alto, on 1930 had only nine inhabitants, and it was completely deserted a couple of years later. There are only a few walls standing up

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Caricate: 02/10/2011
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