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Ordesa

 

a national park in Spain, in the province of Huesca. Area, 2,050 hectares (1974). The Ordesa National Park was established in 1918 for the preservation of the picturesque landscapes of the central Pyrenees, including the valley of the Ordesa River, which has rich vegetation (rare and relict species) and diverse fauna (Spanish ibex, chamois, eagles, vultures).

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that our natural heritage contains, whose management is already centenary, since in 2018 it will be 100 years since the declaration of the first two national parks in Spain, that of Montaa de Covadonga (nowadays the Picos de Europa) and that of the Ordesa Valley (today of Ordesa and Monte Perdido).