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Iglesia de san juan bautista en ac n de la garcipollera
Spain

Despoblado de la Garcipollera. Según Cristian Laglera, uno de los mejores investigadores y documentalistas de la materia, el pueblo, que llegó a censar 200 habitantes, fué definitivamente despoblado entre 1960 y 1964, siendo la causa la construcción del Embalse de Yesa.

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