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Aliviadero de fondo del embalse de Paso Nuevo en el río Ésera.

El Ésera es un río altoaragonés, afluente del Cinca, formando parte de la depresión del Ebro.

Su nombre parece ser de origen celta, similar al de los ríos Isar (río) (Alemania - Austria), Jizera (República Checa), Isère (Francia), Isel (Austria), Ijssel (Holanda) e Isarco (Italia).

Nace en la vertiente norte del macizo de la Maladeta, a 2.500 metros de altura. En su valle se ubican conocidos municipios de la provincia de Huesca como Benasque, y Campo. Es un río típicamente pirenaico, alimentado por la fusión del glaciar del Aneto y la alta pluviosidad de su cabecera.

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Spillway at the bottom of the reservoir, of New Step in the river Ésera.

The Ésera is a altoaragonés river, a tributary of the Cinca, forming part of the depression of the Ebro.

His name appears to be of Celtic origin, similar to that of the river Isar (river) (Germany - Austria), Jizera (Czech Republic), Isère (France), Isel (Austria), Ijssel (Netherlands) and Isarco (Italy).

Born in the northern slopes of the massif of the Maladeta, 2,500 meters high. In its valley is located known towns in the province of Huesca as Benasque and Campo. It is a typical Pyrenean river, fed by the melting of the glacier's Aneto and high rainfall of his head.

Two WS.

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