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Sangüesa on the border between the kingdoms of Navarre and Aragon was a town which developed into an important pilgrimage halt when the inhabitants were granted a charter allowing them privileges to practice trades and crafts which serviced the needs of pilgrims who were crossing the Aragon river using the seven arched bridge which had been built to facilitate their crossing. For more information click here.

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