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Vista Hoz de Jaca

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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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A: Hoz de Jaca - Centro Villa

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, ここから370メートル

Hoz de Jaca is a small typical village of the Pyrennes Mountains, located at Tena Valley. The village...

Hoz de Jaca - Centro Villa

B: Barro y Ruinas

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 1.2kmかなた

El Pantano de Búbal, en el Valle de Tena. Al igual que en la foto anterior, caminé sobre hierba y bar...

Barro y Ruinas

C: Mountain Lodge

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 1.3kmかなた

Tired?... Stressed?... do you love mountains? do you wish to lose yourself? Pick up your pack, may be...

Mountain Lodge


Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 1.3kmかなた

Mañana de invierno en las cercanías de Piedrafita de Jaca, a los pies de la mítica Peña Telera. En es...

E: Bubal, Valle de Tena

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 1.4kmかなた

Bubal village, located at the Tena Valley, an abandoned town used for educational programmes. Visitor...

Bubal, Valle de Tena

F: Bubal Dam

Jesús Ferrer作, 1.4kmかなた

Búbal dam.

Bubal Dam


Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 2.0kmかなた

La sequía ha dejado el pantano en un estado tan lamentable que es posible caminar hasta el centro del...

H: Polituara, Despoblados Valle de Tena

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 2.1kmかなた

Polituara, situado a unos 6 kilómetros al norte de Biescas, es un pueblo deshabitado como consecuenci...

Polituara, Despoblados Valle de Tena

I: Lacuniacha Park

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 2.3kmかなた


Lacuniacha Park

J: Lacuniacha Park (2)

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, 2.4kmかなた

Another view of Lacuniacha Park, located on Pyrennes Mountains, Huesca, Spain. The location is close ...

Lacuniacha Park (2)

このパノラマはSpain, Europeで撮影されました


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