Suspension Bridge over Ara River
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Suspension Bridge over Ara River

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Ara river runs across the area of Sobrarbe (Aragón, Spain). It is a curious and solid suspension bridge, the only access to Jánovas, the ghost town, the story of a terrible injustice. Visit its ruins and read about the reasons why this village was destroyed.

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A: Janovas, Panoramic view

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此处310远

A general view of Jánovas, the ghost village. Making a close up you can see the group of ruins. On 19...

Janovas, Panoramic view

B: Janovas, Ghost Ruins

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此处380远

A view of some buildings almost destroyed. Roofless houses, the school, the narrow lanes, and an impr...

Janovas, Ghost Ruins

C: Janovas, Inner View of the Church

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此处460远

Have a look inside the romanic church of Janovas. I invite you to watch the yellow walls still standi...

Janovas, Inner View of the Church

D: Janovas Romanic Church

摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此处480远

This church is the only building standing up at Janovas. Though it is almost in ruins, it still has i...

Janovas Romanic Church

E: Pico Cancías (1.928 m) - Aragón - Pirineos - Spain

摄影师mielero1980, 距离此全景11.1

Pico Cancías (1.928 m) - Aragón - Pirineos - Spain

F: Cancias View Point of the Pyrenees

摄影师Miguel Alonso Fischer, 距离此全景11.4

This is the Most beautiful viewpoint of the Pyrenees.  The full look all the Pyrenees in the province...

Cancias View Point of the Pyrenees

G: Aínsa, Castle

摄影师Jesús Ferrer, 距离此全景12.2

Ainsa Castle is declared of Cultural Interest.Currently the site is used to host concerts known Ainsa...

Aínsa, Castle

H: Aínsa, Castle

摄影师Jesús Ferrer, 距离此全景12.3

Ainsa Castle is declared of Cultural Interest.Currently the site is used to host concerts known Ainsa...

Aínsa, Castle

I: Ainsa, Square

摄影师Jesús Ferrer, 距离此全景12.4

The historic center of Ainsa is declared a Historic-Artistic since 1965.The most characteristic are i...

Ainsa, Square


摄影师Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 距离此全景15.8

Buesa, ubicado en las cotas más altas del Valle del río Ara, es una pequeña población de 45 habitante...

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