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Sallent de Gallego City Hall
Spain
Sallent City Hall. Center of the city, just beside the Valle de Tena Square. On winter time Sallent population grows about 100%. Formigal skiing resort is about 3 kilometers to the North of Sallent
Copyright: Ignacio Borrego Polanco
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