Sundown at Satue,
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Sundown at Satue,

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Satue is a small village located about 10 kilometers North East of Sabinanigo (Alto Aragon). The church in the picture is San Andres of Satue, and there is another panorama. feel free to make a visit inside the church following the white arrow. 

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A: Satue, Inside San Andres Church

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此地不超过10 米

An awesome small church. A nice sample of the romanic style that is common in the area of Alto Aragon...

Satue, Inside San Andres Church

B: San Pedro De Larrede

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景2.4

San Pedro De Larrede

C: Interior Iglesia San Juan De Busa

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景2.5

Es destacable la sencillez de esta iglesia. Absoluta ausencia de elementos decorativos. La iglesia ha...

Interior Iglesia San Juan De Busa

D: Puente de las Pilas

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景2.5

El Puente de las Pilas, sobre el río Gállego, se encuentra en el término municipal de Larrede (Alto G...

Puente de las Pilas

E: San Juan De Busa

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景2.5

San Juan De Busa

F: Iglesia Parroquial Sardas

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景2.9

Iglesia sitauda en la localidad de Sardas, a escasos 5 kilómetros de Sabiñánigo, en la comarca del Al...

Iglesia Parroquial Sardas

G: Sardas, calle principal

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景3.0

Una vista del pueblo de Sardas, en la que se aprecia el estilo arquitectónico propio del Pirineo, y d...

Sardas, calle principal


摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景3.8

Space inside a car could be as comfortable as you wish... this car was refurbished and converted into...


摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景3.9

J: Campo de Tiro de La Corona

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景4.0

Con vistas al Valle de Tena, Sierra Tendeñera, Peña Telera, Senegüé, el campo de Tiro con Arco de la ...

Campo de Tiro de La Corona

此全景拍摄于Spain, Europe


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