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Jaca Ciudadela
Spain

Jaca, Huesca, Spain.

This fortification, pentagonal plant was built in the late sixteenth century. Preserves each and every one of its characteristic parts: moat, bastions, ramparts, barracks, powder magazines, tunnels ... plus a beautiful entrance to which is accessed via a drawbridge.

Copyright: Jesús ferrer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8190x4095
Uploaded: 25/08/2011
Actualizat: 02/10/2011
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Tags: spain; huesca; pirineos; militar
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