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Ayuntamiento de sabi nigo
Spain

Situado en la Plaza de España, junto a la iglesia parroquial y la peculiar fuente de "los animales típicos de los Pirineos". Sabiñanigo, conocida como "Puerta de los Pirineos, es la capital serrablesa y de la comarca del Alto Gállego. Es un excelente punto de partida para conocer en profundidad expectaculares rutas turísticas, como la Ruta del Serrablo, el románico del Alto Gállego, el Valle de Tena, etc.

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