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Huesca is the capital city of the province by the same name, and is one of three provinces in the autonomous region of Aragon Spain. It is the gateway to the Pyrenees an area rich in Romanesque architecture, ski resorts and stunning landscapes. The city is one of the least populated provincial capitals of Spain, hardly surpassing the 50,000 mark. Although part of its old town was knocked down, it maintains many interesting buildings of architectural and historical importance. standing out is its Romanesque cathedral, typical of the province. Like many Spanish towns, it has suffered uncontrolled, high-rise urbanisation since the late 20th century.

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