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Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Biescas
Spain
Biescas es uno de las primeras poblaciones en el Valle de Tena. Desde Biescas se pueden tomar dos direcciones: seguir por el Valle de Tena, hasta El Portalet (frontera con Francia) o tomar dirección a Ordesa, por el Puerto de Cotefablo
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